Home Decor Ideas shares with you the amazing style of Top Interior Designer Annie de Bunsen.
Abbie de Bunsen is a dynamic interior design practice working on high end commercial and residential projects in both the UK and abroad.
Enthusiastic yet deeply professional, Abbie de Bunsen delivers chic, refined interiors majoring in luxurious finishes, with occasional bursts of daring color or modern geometrics.
‘I believe good design can stimulate, comfort and excite the spirit,’ she says. Abbie is justifiably popular among her design conscious international clientele and a whizz at mixing twentieth-century antiques with curated art.
Everything from full turn key operations to art and furniture consultancy. A bespoke furniture range is currently being developed for launch shortly, inspired by mid century pieces.
She’s great fun, too.
After studying English and history of art, Abbie de Bunsen spent 18 months in the furniture and optical toy departments at Christie’s, so it’s not surprising that her interior design features an intriguing mix. ‘I like combining antiques and bespoke stylish pieces, often with extraordinary finishes,’ she says.
She went on to be a director at Grant White Design for 10 years, working across luxury residential, hotel and restaurant projects. She launched her west-London interior-design practice in 2009 and heads a team of four tackling a mix of residential and commercial work. Her recent projects include the renovation of the Thomas Williams Fine Art gallery in Bond Street, the Albannach restaurant and whiskey bar in Trafalgar Square, and homes in Notting Hill, Kensington, and Cheshire
Abbie’s tight-knit team of four is working on a 200-square-metre Grade II-listed house near Ascot, private residences in St John’s Wood, South Kensington and Hampstead, and a gallery in Bond Street. Her own furniture collection, inspired by mid-twentieth-century design, launches this year.
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