Luxury Kensington Interior Design

    Kensington Interior Design SW7

    If you are searching for a Kensington interior designer you’ll understand the importance of finding a design partner who has an in-depth understanding of this West London neighbourhood – its prestige, its history, its personality. After all, Kensington interior design is synonymous with style. The streets are lined with splendid Georgian and Victorian architecture and the area is renowned for its beauty, elegance and affluence. This is a place with a rich history of beautiful homes and gardens and it feels only appropriate that the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s largest design museum, is located here.

    Look beyond the exteriors and you’ll discover that interior design in Kensington has a sophistication to match. London interior designers Callender Howorth understands that designing and styling an appropriate interior for an area like Kensington is challenging and requires an appreciation of not only the subtleties of the area, but also the character – all while not being afraid to inject a bit of fun and a dash of our client’s personality into each design project.

    You can find out details of our previous Kensington interior design projects – including the renovation of a luxury home – below.

    Our Previous Kensington Interior Design Projects

    Callender Howorth undertook an interior design project in Kensington where we were required to renovate a house that had not been updated for 30 years. The owners of the house were a young family so the design had to be practical as well as stylish. Warm, soft colours were used to give the house a feeling of comfort whilst preserving a sense of spaciousness. Our scrupulous attention to detail provides the house with the luxury finish essential in Kensington.

    Architecture in Kensington

    Kensington contains some of London’s most expensive real estate and is well known for its magnificent Regency architecture and famous landmarks such as the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, Holland Park and the Natural History and Science Museums. This is an area that oozes class and sophistication and the challenge is to create an interior design that not only matches this but also reflects each client’s bespoke requirements.

    Interior design inspiration comes in all forms, but one particularly famous Kensington interior makeover is the home of world-famous designer Justin Van Breda. His “early Victorian workers’” cottage was renovated in a style he believed reflected both the area and his, and his partner’s, taste and he has called the result a “gradation in sophistication.” The property has featured in home and style publications around the world.

    With its magnificent architecture, famous buildings and affluent residents, getting the interior design of a residential or commercial property in Kensington right is vitally important. Callender Howorth creates designs that add even more style and class to this beautiful neighbourhood. Find out how we can enhance your Kensington interior design by getting in touch with us below


    Why work with us

    Over 20 years’ experience designing award winning homes

    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 that loves what we do!

    From clients

    Just want to say a big thank you to everyone at Callender Howorth. We love our new home and you made the whole renovation go so smoothly and finished dot on time for the birth of my daughter! Especially thanks for the quirky design ideas that really have made our new home so special.

    Our villa in the hills of Nice is perfect!!! Thank you all at Callender Howorth. We loved working with you so much and will miss the “rose fuelled” design meetings! Merci Beaucoup