A selection of our recent projects, with design schemes as unique as the clients who inspired them.
An 18th Century, double fronted and Grade 2 listed Georgian gem on Kensington Square. Exquisite fabrics, original panelling and a healthy peppering of antiques have made this an understatedly smart and very luxurious home.
HOUSE & GARDEN FESTIVAL
Studio Duggan was thrilled to be selected by Hatta Byng, Editor of House & Garden magazine, to curate one of the ‘Decorated Spaces’ at the House & Garden Festival. Inspired by the romance of English country house style, the design scheme was a harmonious mix of styles and eras, carefully curated in our signature approach to create a surprisingly contemporary look with an element of whimsy.
With our signature mix of old and new, this Queen's Park family home has a bohemian, easy going vibe with just a touch of rock n'roll. Mid century touches, an eclectic mix of furniture and a few neon pops create a global yet glamorous look.
The Queen's Park home of our founder Tiffany Duggan and an archetype of effortless style. Moody hues, sumptuous velvets and an eclectic vibe make this home both liveable and family oriented.
A lovely, colourful project for a young gentleman on the very picturesque Hillgate Place. Moorish influences, interesting textures and bold colours were used to add character and authenticity to this quirky Notting Hill townhouse.
Located in the idyllic environs of leafy Hertfordshire, we altered the layout of this Tudor inspired house considerably to create a space suited to family living. With a juxtaposition of light and dark, and new and old as well as a dash of the unexpected, the final look is theatrical, dramatic and marvellously homely.
The refurbishment of a double fronted Georgian house on leafy Hampstead Heath to create a warm, social and contemporary space. A neutral colour palette runs throughout to unify an eclectic selection of finishes.
The transformation of a typical Provencal house to a cool and comfortable family home. Distinctive lighting, clever use of colour, and an infusion of whimsy create a chic yet functional space, fit for both adults and children alike.
Our Clients wished to retain their home’s character and honour its heritage. We used antique fireplaces, bespoke cabinetry in an Arts & Crafts style, handwoven wall coverings and silk rugs to achieve this with an overall sense of luxury.
We moved the staircase and relocated the bedrooms to the top floor, to make way for a stunning open plan kitchen/living room. With a brief to maximise space and create a cool, contemporary setting paying homage to the Soho House vernacular; a herringbone floor and hammered copper bar delivered.