Weekly Featured Company: Helen Green Design

So this week, our focus of attention is Helen Green Design. They just celebrated the tenth anniversary of  their design practice last year, which was celebrated with the relaunch of their SW3 showroom. Helen honed her design skills by setting up the interior arm of Northacre, which she ran for seven years, and now works exclusively for high-end residential and commercial clients. She has a team of 25.

Projects: Most recently Helen has completed work at The Berkeley in Knightsbridge, the Coral Reef Club in Barbados, a luxury ski chalet in Val d’Isère, and private residences in London, Sussex and Gloucestershire. She has also been working on the interior architecture and interior design of 25 luxury properties across 10 developments in London. Her third furniture collection will be launched at Decorex later this year.

Helen Green Design is comprehensive design studio providing services in the area of Interior Design and Interior Architecture. In-house architectural designers provide design services from spatial planning to all base build finishes and fitted joinery items, ironmongery, kitchens and bathrooms. Helen Green also offers her own collection of British made,bespoke furniture, designed to complement both classic and contemporary homes. Her furniture product range is names as: Collection III, Contemporary furniture and Modern classic furniture.

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