Lucy has the innate perception, empathy and understanding to help create a style that fits your personality.

With an exceptional eye for colour, pattern and sourcing of unusual, eclectic objects, Lucy successfully blends the antique and the contemporary to create an individual style.

A former Decoration Editor at House & Garden, she has worked for over 25 years as a leading freelance interior stylist for esteemed publications such as The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Elle, Tatler, Vanity Fair and Homes & Gardens. Her advertising work includes Farrow & Ball, Chase Erwin, GP & J Baker and Sealine Luxury Yachts. She has an informed knowledge of the history of art, architecture and decorative arts as well as an enviable address book of contacts, suppliers, craftsmen, and contractors.

Recent projects span a range of interiors styles and budgets, including:

  • Restoration and decoration of 16th century house, Wiltshire
  • Decoration of a contemporary eight-bedroom house, Wiltshire
  • Soft furnishings for a Queen Anne style house, Gloucestershire
  • Interior design of new Georgian-style seven-bedroom house, Wiltshire
  • Consultancy and antique buying for Jacobean manor house, Oxfordshire
  • Interior design and decoration for 16th century manor house, Devon

Lucy's understanding of the decorative arts also led her to curate a selling exhibition of Applied Arts at Pythouse Barn in 2010 which represented artists including glass blower Emsie Sharp, lino Printer Liz Somerville, woodblock printer Olivia Clifton Bligh, textile artists Polly Lyster, rugmaker Tom Hammick and ceramicists Nicola Tassie, Kate Scott, Joanna Still, Fliff Carr and Jane Hurst.

A full portfolio and CV can be provided upon request.

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