Sophie established her own interior design practice in 2008 after graduating from the highly respected KLC School of Design and was recognised as a ‘rising star of the interior design world’ in 2012 by IDFX magazine.
For us, Sophie’s work completely epitomises classic contemporary design with a luxurious edge and she’s made layering colour and texture an art form in itself.
We love the Surrey project which feature a grand sweeping staircase that is perfectly in proportion to the scale of the entrance way and set off with two pedestal tables either side.
This formal sitting room features a really stunning palette of colour and texture, all layered perfectly to create a cohesive and restrained design.
It’s always amazing when you see interior design work like this because it just looks so right, so perfectly balanced, and you know the person who created it has a real gift.
This has to be the most perfect example of an English study ever. We are big fans of Michael Kahn’s work here at Humphrey Munson and have some of his prints in both our Felsted design office and the St. Albans showroom. A real favourite in this room is the little nod to Scottish heritage on the beautiful cane chair.
The single hydrangea floral arrangement is also perfect for this room, not too fussy but really softens the overall feel.
This bedroom is a real escape, and has that luxurious hotel room feel where everything is in its place and it’s all about relaxing and resting after a long day. A really favourite in this rom is the huge window letting light flood in across the room. This images are just a few from the Surrey project, you can see the rest here, not to mention the rest of Sophie’s amazing portfolio of work here.
And lastly, do follow Sophie Paterson Interiors on Instagram because you’ll get to see something you don’t see on the website which is the before and after photographs of the different projects. That’s when you really realise how talented a designer she is and how she is no longer a rising star of the interior design world, she’s a fully fledged, gleaming beacon of light.
Images credit: Sophie Paterson Interiors