Mayfair Interior Architects W1

From renovations to redesigns, and everything in between, Mayfair interior architects at Callender Howorth offer all manner of bespoke interior architectural solutions. With a proven record of exceptionally high-standard work, Callender Howorth consistently exceeds the expectations of its clients in Mayfair, as well as other prestigious areas of London. Please contact us to further discuss your interior architectural requirements.

What have we designed there?

Callender Howorth offers interior architects that specialize in design projects that are best suited to the Mayfair area. We recently completed the refurbishment of a three-storey Mayfair mews house, which is located just behind Marylebone High Street and represents an outstanding example of Mayfair interior architecture. The façade of the building exudes Victorian character, yet the interior architecture has been redeveloped into an extremely high-specification property, with a sophisticated but playful feel. 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 brief from the client centered upon the requirement for a space in which the owner could comfortably entertain guests.

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Architecture information and famous buildings

Mayfair is famous for its Georgian architecture and graceful garden squares and perfect location between Piccadilly, Regent Street, Oxford Street and Park Lane.  Architecturally, buildings in Mayfair mostly consist of the Regency style, but not all. Both the exterior and interior architecture of the renowned Ritz Hotel, for example, is heavily influenced by the Parisian style, whereas the Burlington shopping arcade closely follows Victorian aesthetics.

Is it close to museums and exhibitions?

The culturally instrumental Royal Academy of Art is the most Palladian building in Mayfair. It regularly features work by world famous artists such as Ai Wei Wei, Anish Kapoor and David Hockney to name but a few, is well worth a visit for the Mayfair interior architecture alone. The John Martin Gallery hosts exhibitions of predominantly contemporary and 20th-century artists. Music lovers will appreciate Grosvenor Chapel’s regular free lunchtime concerts on Tuesdays and Handel House Museum, once home to the famous German composer. The bright lights of London’s West End and tranquility of Hyde Park are located in close proximity and offer a range of entertainment options.

Things to do, restaurants and nightlife

Mayfair is fortunate to host some of London’s best restaurants such as the exclusive Mews of Mayfair. Scott’s in Mount Street is a fine seafood restaurant, lauded for its oysters and extensive champagne menu. The nearby Mount Street Deli serves breakfast, morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea with streetside tables. Hakkasan is a little more exotic, with modern Cantonese delicacies and ultra modern interior architecture that more than matches the quality of the food.

The shopping opportunities are unrivalled with Savile Row, Selfridges and Liberty of London all within walking distance. Some of these stores are a Mayfair interior architect’s dream.  The Lanes of Mayfair provide an eclectic mix of luxury boutiques and Heming, Michael Rose and Bremont Boutique sell exquisite jewellery and watches. The Medici Gallery and arguably the world’s most famous department store, Harrods are located within reach.

Simply spending a day in the area, soaking up the atmosphere, appreciating the Mayfair interior architecture, is enough to become enchanted by it. The Fox Club hotel and private members’ club is one of London’s best-kept secrets hidden away in a Georgian townhouse and the Colony Club is the most exclusive casino in Mayfair. The luxurious May Fair Hotel adds a distinctive touch of class, but with so much to do in the area, it is tempting to stay forever.

Why would you want to live there? Who are Mayfair’s most famous residents?

Thanks, in part, to a highly successful board game, Mayfair is one of the most famous addresses in the world. It is a magnificent part of London, full of exclusive luxury hotels, restaurants, shops and members clubs, each with stunning Mayfair interior architecture. It attracts a large number of well-heeled entrepreneurs and celebrities, and people as diverse as Madonna and Phones 4u billionaire John Caudwell have called Mayfair home. Other famous faces include F1’s Bernie Ecclestone, chef Nigella Lawson and Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal.

Get in touch with our team of expert interior architects to discuss your design requirements.

Why Work with Us

Over 20 years’ experience designing award winning homes in Mayfair
Unique and personal approach to interior design ensuring that our clients homes reflect their personalities
In house Stylists that source the latest and most exciting products globally
Leaders in smart home technology and the latest “must have” audio visual elements for the home
Dedicated Project Managers that ensure all projects are to budget and on time
A fun team of Mayfair interior architects that loves what we do!


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.