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Fiona Barratt-Campbell, the eponymous founder and leading British interior designer, is sought after by clients for her imaginative use of texture, colour, and shape, all interpreted into graceful and timeless designs. Autobiographical references from her childhood in Northumberland, whether from the rugged natural beauty of the contrasting landscapes or its rich Roman ancestry, continue to shape Fiona’s design aesthetic.
Fiona has always been drawn to design. Her grandfather, property developer Sir Lawrie Barratt, was her primary mentor and inspiration. Sir Barratt founded Barratt Homes, one of the largest residential property development companies in the UK, in 1958. Fiona Barratt Interiors has over eighteen years of experience, with Fiona and her team have trained at London’s Chelsea College of Art followed by Parsons School of Design in New York.
Successful interior design should complement, not dictate, how you live. Their interior design team collaborates closely with each client to realize their goals, no matter how unique or difficult they are. Handcrafted joinery, bespoke kitchens, exquisite furniture, curated finishes, lighting, accessories, and artwork transform spaces through handcrafted joinery, bespoke kitchens, exquisite furniture; curated finishes, lighting, accessories, and artwork.
They reimagined traditional design for a 6,500-square-foot Georgian home in Bath’s historic district. The property had recently been renovated, and all of the original historic features had been preserved. The client requested that they design a comfortable family home with a traditional aesthetic, centred on their exquisitely curated antique and art collection.
A back-to-brick project transforming a top floor lateral 2,300 sq ft four-bedroom apartment in a Victorian mansion block with spectacular river views towards Battersea Park. Their brief was to design a modern family home with refined, textural, and timeless luxury.
One of the most difficult projects to date – Fiona’s own home at a time when the residents had changed from a couple to a family with three children and a dog. The full renovation of Fiona’s 7,000 sq ft home in London’s Chelsea required significant changes to accommodate modern family life while retaining the elegant Georgian heritage woven throughout the fabric of the property.
This new construction triplex apartment required an interior design that was functional for a family of five across its three floors: ground, basement, and sub-basement. Although it was not the client’s primary residence, it was critical that the apartment be a haven of peace and calm – a refuge from the bustling city right on their doorstep.
A 5,250 sq ft traditional Cumbrian cottage in the Lake District was completely renovated and extended to create a lovely family holiday home. With nature as their inspiration, they created a sense of seamless indoor-outdoor living to take advantage of the breathtaking views of the lakes.
Second property for a client on the fourth commission in over a decade, covering their diverse family requirements: two cities, one country, and this 7,000 sq ft beach villa. The interior design brief for this contemporary new home was to maximize the flow of natural light and spectacular views while working with the appointed Spanish architect.
When they first saw this 3,200 sq ft apartment, it was a truly blank canvas – a concrete shell with windows nestled in new and old buildings in the heart of Moscow, near Red Square and the Bolshoi Theatre. Their brief was to create a calm haven with a special emphasis on entertaining family and friends, as well as an area for music, as several members of the family are talented musicians.
A 24,000 sq ft historic Georgian country house in the scenic Yorkshire Dales was completely transformed into a superb modern family home. Different architectural styles, such as the stone-built historic hall and four-hundred-year-old barns linked by a new modern extension, as well as scale, with ceiling heights reaching up to thirty feet, had to be considered in the spatial planning.
This 16,000 sq ft historic Georgian country house (the first unfortified property built in Northumberland) has been Fiona’s family retreat for many years, set in the wonderfully rugged landscape of the Northumberland hills. Over a five-year period, extensive renovations to the main hall, cottages, outbuildings, and formal gardens were completed.
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