Interior Designer in Mayfair W1 London
Callender Howorth offers comprehensive interior architecture and design services for luxury residential and commercial properties. We specialise in interior design in Mayfair W1, London, and have a proven record of excellence which is demonstrated in our diverse portfolio of projects. All aspects of a scheme are considered, from the organisation of space to lighting and flooring. Our Mayfair interior designers work in close consultation with clients throughout every step of the process to help create their dream property.
What have we designed in Mayfair?
We recently completed the refurbishment of a three-storey Mayfair mews house, which is hidden behind Marylebone High Street. The unassuming Victorian exterior gives little clue as to the beautiful bright and open space within. The project involved a complete overhaul of the top floor, which has been transformed into a spacious master bedroom that features a bar in the dressing room. The client specified a space where they could comfortably entertain guests and our interior design in Mayfair W1 more than delivered with lots of unique finishing touches that add to its allure.
Architecture and famous listed buildings in Mayfair W1
Sophisticated and elegant Mayfair lives up to its reputation as the centre of London’s high-class living. Perfectly located between Oxford street, Regent Street, Piccadilly and Park Lane it combines the commerce and magnificence of these four streets to form a unique enclave that manages to appeal to diplomats, fashionistas and businessmen. Known for its broad Georgian thoroughfares and graceful square gardens, most of the architecture conforms to the Regency style of the later Georgian era. The three main squares (Grosvenor, Hanover and Berkeley) that dominate the area demonstrate this style. These days, the majority of the restored buildings lining the squares are used as business premises but showcase how interior design in Mayfair W1 has evolved.
Is Mayfair W1 close to museums and exhibitions?
Mayfair is ideally situated in an area of high historical importance, so it’s fitting that much of its cultural attractions are classic in nature. Handel House Museum on Brook Street (close to Bond Street) was once home to the famous German composer and is an early example of interior design in Mayfair W1. Music lovers will also appreciate Grosvenor Chapel’s regular free lunchtime concerts on Tuesdays. The Royal Academy of Arts is an independent, privately funded institution that has a rich history dating back to the eighteenth century when it was founded by King George III. It regularly features work by world famous artists but it is well worth a visit for the interior architecture alone. London’s West End offers endless opportunities for entertainment and nearby Hyde Park offers a comprehensive programme of events throughout the summer.
Restaurants, nightlife and things to do in Mayfair, W1
Mayfair is synonymous with luxury shopping and you can find familiar designer brands on Bond Street, as well as trendy boutiques on South Molton Street and bespoke suit tailors along Savile Row. Selfridges and Liberty of London are two large department stores that are utterly unique to the capital. The Medici Gallery and arguably the world’s most famous department store, Harrods, are located within reach.
Some of London’s most exclusive restaurants are located in the area with Gordon Ramsay’s at Claridges, Nobu and Mews of Mayfair being top dining spots. The Mount Street Deli has streetside tables and Scott’s on the same street is a fine seafood restaurant, lauded for its oysters and extensive champagne menu. Hakkasan serves modern Cantonese cuisine within its ultra-modern interior design in Mayfair W1.
Mayfair showcases its refined character with a number of private members’ club such as the The Fox Club which is one of London’s best-kept secrets hidden away in a Georgian townhouse. Likewise, The Colony Club is the most exclusive casino in Mayfair and the luxurious May Fair Hotel adds a distinctive touch of class – demonstrating why Mayfair is so prized in the Monopoly board game.
Why do you want to live in Mayfair, W1? Which famous residents live there?
The timeless sophistication of Mayfair attracts people from various business and arts backgrounds. Wealthy entrepreneurs mingle with celebrities such as Madonna and Nigella Lawson, who are undoubtedly attracted to the architecture and interior design in Mayfair W1. Phones 4u billionaire John Caudwell, F1’s Bernie Ecclestone, and Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal have also lived in this affluent London district.
Please contact our Central London interior design team for help with your project. We are more than happy to come to you to discuss your requirements.
If you have a project or interiors idea you would like to discuss with the Callender Howorth team,
we’d be delighted to hear from you.
To arrange a private appointment, or schedule a time to view and chat through our portfolio of
completed projects please contact our London interior design company.