C&TH x Neatsmith: The London Design Week Event Not To Miss

By Amy Wakeham

5 months ago

Get expert tips on space and storage in our upcoming panel talk

Whether you live in a small flat or a large detached house, all of us are looking for ways to maximise our space at home. And at our upcoming event with bespoke wardrobe brand Neatsmith, we’ll be discussing just that, with expert guidance from an impressive panel of interiors experts. Taking place during London Design Week 2024, the exclusive event will be hosted by C&TH Interiors Editor Carole Annett and Neatsmith’s Director Philipp Nagel, complete with Gusbourne English sparkling wine and goody bags featuring treats from The White Company. Here’s everything you need to know.

A fitted wardrobe

The Neatsmith Story

First up: a bit of background. Neatsmith is the family-owned British brand that creates and installs luxury bespoke wardrobes, all of which it designs and crafts in London. The choice of leading interior designers such as Tiffany Duggan and Catherine Wilman, and luxury developers like Griggs Homes and Hawksmoor Homes, it offers a range of storage solutions, from beautiful built-in shelves to dream walk-in wardrobes and dressing rooms.

Neatsmith also offers a range of personalised options for living rooms, studies and home offices, all featuring the highest quality materials and finishes that are brought to life by its skilled, artisanal, British craftspeople.

The Great British Brand has six showrooms across London and the South East, with its 4,000 sq/ft flagship located on the King’s Road, in the heart of the capital’s interior design district.

We’re Now Sold Out – Sorry!

C&TH x Neatsmith Event: Everything You Need To Know


Join Neatsmith and Country & Town House for an exclusive event during London Design Week, hosted by our Interiors Editor, Carole Annett, and Neatsmith’s Director, Philipp Nagel.

Discover the brand’s beautiful wardrobes – scented by The White Company – with a glass of English sparkling wine from Gusbourne, and listen to Carole in conversation with Charlotte Elizabeth Interiors and Anna Mason about exquisite storage ideas, how the right design can maximise your space and streamline your life. Plus, amazing goodie bags featuring The White Company and more.


The Panel Includes:

Carole Annett

Carole Annett

Carole Annett is C&TH’s Interiors Editor, and has spent many years immersed in the world of design, snooping in beautiful mansions, chateaus, and apartments all over the world. She has met some of the biggest names in the interiors world and chatted to them for our House Guest podcast, from interior designer to the stars Martyn Lawrence Bullard to Pandora Sykes and Alice Temperley. 

Philipp Nagel

Philipp Nagel

Philipp Nagel is the Director of Neatsmith. He founded the business in 2005 with his father Andrew and his brother Matthew. 

Charlotte Elizabeth Interiors blonde woman reading book in kitchen


Charlotte-Elizabeth is the founder of Charlotte Elizabeth Interiors. After studying at KLC School of Design, she set up her own boutique in 2017, opening offices in both London and Monaco. She works across the residential, commercial and hospitality sectors, and is known for her relaxed and refined style which perfectly balances chic and rustic. ce-interiors.com

Anna Mason

Anna Mason

Independent luxury fashion designer Anna Mason studied at the Royal College of Art before going on to hold prestigious roles at Karl Lagerfeld in Paris, and Valentino in Italy. Then, in 2012, she decided to strike out on her own, launching her eponymous label in London, focusing on feminine, timeless pieces designed to fit, flatter and last. annamasonlondon.co.uk


Neatsmith, 544 King’s Road, Chelsea, SW10 0UB


Wednesday 13 March, 5pm


Our apologies – we’re now sold out!

A Look At Neatsmith’s Designs

Dark grey sliding storage space

Find out more at neatsmith.co.uk