Fleur Ward Interior Design​​​​

Ashchurch Terrace W12

​​​Every room was redesigned and decorated, the front of the house had a facelift and the interiors were unrecognizable. I'm very proud at the result of this project. I particularly enjoyed designing the little boys room, kids rooms are such fun to do. I designed an entire wall of joinery for both children incorporating a desk , loads of storage and lit shelves to show off special toys. We routed into the doors then painted inside to add some detail.  Industrial lights and a wonderful London mural all in a calming shade of green made this room very cool and one that he could grow up with. The office was originally a bedroom. We designed joinery around the window to maximise light and widen the room. Playroom/reception room needed lots of joinery to store all the toys, a window seat was built and fabrics were chosen to work with the exisiting purple sofa. I chose this coffee table with stools underneath for social play during  playdates, and then they neatly tuck under for when adults are watching TV.  The kitchen had a cupboard makeover, industricl grey brick wallpaper was added to give some interest and zone with the dining area. A plain glass splashback either side of the cooker protects the wallpaper from splashes.​​​​

Gartmoor Gardens SW19

With a tight budget we managed to redecorate most of the house and provide the children with some bright exciting bedrooms. I love the boys room with it's Industrial brick wallpaper, world mural, Lego ninja characters bursting through the wall (decal not shown) and a cool freestanding bunk bed that accommodates sleepovers with no fuss..  The little girls room has Christian Lacroix wallpaper (why not?!) and a fab chandelier which enables her to grow up and not out of the scheme... Living Room had a wall of joinery designed and built to accommodate my clients love of books. A classic trellis wallpaper adds some sophistication and Farrow and Balls Vardo ensures that some colour pops behind the books.  A calm Hampstead Houses wallpaper in grey replaced the erratic wallpaper the owners inherited and it works nicely with the carpet, creating a sense of calm which in a house with 3 children is welcome! The office/dressing room had some joinery installed on one wall to accomodate all the clothing and on the opposite side, a desk/dressing table. I love this Bond Girls wallpaper and this colour way works nicely creating a feminine feel without intimidating the Man of the house.  The guests are treated to bold beautiful butterflies and pops of yellow..

Goldsmith Ave W3

I would describe this kitchen as  industrial, shaker style with a french bistro nod. Did I get too fruity there?? I fell in love with these lights in an  American catalogue and had to have them, the freight was more than they were but when you fall, you fall.  Lighting is the jewellery of the room and they certainly get noticed! I had these steel overshelves made to create the commercial feel. Glasses etc are stored in the old French cabinet.  The living room (middle) has panelling wallpaper to create a formal feel and a collection of much loved art. Impressionists finds from markets  and lithographs bought at auction nest happily with work my children and I have done.  My son's bedroom has brick wallpaper throughout and a bespoke 'clubhouse' bed for maximum sleepover pulling power! Two small double mattresses ensure that everyone is comfortable and can happily fit 4 in. Placing furniture in the middle of the room ensures they can move around the playtable freely and the 'mess' is contained on top and within rather than on the floor. The bathroom has been tiled up to 120cm to ensure splashes don't damage the wallpaper. I've painted the ceiling a soft pink picked out of the paper. Bath by CP Hart perfect for short people like me! :) I don't slip and drown in this.... 

Chesterfield Rd W4

​​This house was done over a period of nearly two years.My client wanted to do 1 room at a time to manage funds and family. It was such a joy. Starting with the kitchen, we made our way aruond the hosue to cahive a result that was comforatble, livable luxury with lots of style, that reflected my clients personality and lifestyle. The Kitchen was completley flipped to maximise the natural light that floods into the space. We knocked through and installed french doors onto the sunny patio and re positioned the dining area. A bespoke kitchen was designed and built to the clients spec. The living room also had some structural work done which meant we could open the new doors right across to bring the outside in. I designed a sofa to accomodate this large family and to ensure that any guests also had somewhere to sit! The Pink buttoned ottoman is a much talked about piece! Did I mention my client loves hot pink..?

Barrowgate Rd W4

The brief for this room was to make it look cosier, add some texture and make it more appealing. I choose a wallpaper that was similar to the existing wall colour but had a soft sheen to it so it bounced light around the room and added a bit of glamour. The sofas are new and I designed this rug with Jennifer Manners using the colours throughout the room to bring together. I had the footstool made in this soft leather with buttoned detail and legs to match the sofas.  Clients cushions. The cabinet (just seen) at the back was an antique find and was oringally in a retail space. It was restored to house my clients treasures. Side tables from Tom Faulkner.  Sofa fabric by Romo.

Portland Oregon USA

I am so delighted with this room I worked on online! I met the client in London and discussed the project shortly before their move back to Portland. Using plans and lots of photos we managed to design and choose colour schemes for the living room, kitchen and some bedrooms. The feature wall is very cool and this rug helps pull the clients exisiting pieces together. The brief was to provide layout ideas, and general decorative concepts to ensure that the existing furniture fits and looks carefully put together. 

Binden Rd W4

It all started with a fabulous Pouffe! This is to die for, the colours, the deep buttoning tick tick. My client loved it and it became the wow in the room. Georgeous striped curtains followed with a fabulous tieback. A new sofa was bought and a roman blind for the opposite reception room. My clients sons bedroom (left) had a wallpaper and carpet makeover.. 

Alwyn Ave W4

I was delighted to work with this lovely family and give them the Chesneys fire surround they'd been swooning over! Marvellous marble. The family room now has a formality to it that it lacked prior to the installation. Quality is worth waiting for.   Silk curtains will elegant tiebacks were also designed and installed.  The TV room (Right) had a makeover with wallpaper and new sofa. The Pink Library wallpaper from Cole and Son is perfect for a home office and having the chair reupholstered in a matching pink helped make it work. Some 'frame' shelves on the opposite wall house a few special books.. 

​​Stavely Rd W4

My client was a busy mum and needed help jazzing up her living room. With incredible proportions and view, it was easy to put together a look that was very comfortable and striking., giving the room the WOW it lacked. ​ We started by created a feature wall using a Cole and Son wallpaper that allowed us to then pull out some amazing colours to use on furniture and cushions. New sofa, chairs, and coffee table were ordered and I found a stunning velvet stripe fabric from Romo which I used on cushions to help  pull it all together. 

​​Cranston Court

My client is a fantastic Australian lady who had recently moved into her first home and needed it transformed into a colourful and completely accessible space. The apartment was a blank canvas with no storage at all and she was living out of boxes. With a tight budget and timeframe we managed to turn it around quickly and meet the Christmas deadline. The kitchen, although perfectly fine needed to be replaced to accomodate current and future needs. The cooker and sink can be lowered with a push of a button and panels discreetly hide this until this feature is required.  The ensuite was redesigned to accomodate a wheelchair without compromising on style. The result is a space that reflects my clients personality, love of retro, clash colour and fun but most importantly allows her to use her home safely with ease.