I am thrilled to announce that Fiona Barratt Interiors has been included as a finalist in the SBID 2018 Awards! It is so rewarding and exciting to be in amongst such an amazing list of extremely talented designers and their awe-inspiring projects.
This year we entered under the category of Residential Design over £1 Million. This category focuses on design trends and the wow factors of residential projects with an overall value of over £1 million. Projects can include a single room, several rooms or a whole property. Our entry, “Dmitrovsky Lane”, is a 3,200 SQFT full redevelopment located in Moscow’s vibrant city centre.
Dmitrovsky Lane was selected by the technical panel of judges in the first stage of the judging process. From this point on, the public are now invited to cast their votes for their favourite entries at www.sbidawards.com and your votes will contribute towards the final result.
This project is one very dear to my heart and so much hard work and passion was dedicated to it by both myself and the rest of the Fiona Barratt Interiors team. The apartment is fit with a bespoke FBC London kitchen and all joinery was completed in the UK and sent over. Although the original design is confidently contemporary, I enjoyed adding old world depth through artwork, silk rugs and antiques. We also brought over a large selection of FBC London luxury accessories along with curated works of art by a collection of inspiring creatives. This project became a wonderful opportunity to inter mix both the interior design and retail wing of my company.
The judging panel this year features Directors and CEO’S from some of the most successful global design corporations including Christian Louboutin Beauté, BBC, National History Museum, Belmond, Walpole, Bentley, Google and AECOM, to name a few.
Voting will close on Friday the 24th of August at 5:00pm GMT so please do follow the link below and get voting for Fiona Barratt Interiors!
Country & Town Interiors 2018 | Fiona Barratt-Campbell is listed among The Finest 50 Interior Designers.
This week, I was truly honoured to be included in House & Garden’s Top 100 Interior Designers of 2018. The wonderful accolade is exciting in its own right, however, to be named amongst such stellar creative minds, makes this award all the more meaningful. My fantastic team congratulated me on the day with the most beautiful bouquet of flowers from the extremely talented Grace & Thorn florists.
Although I am constantly looking to the future, with the company receiving such a commendation, it fuels the need to focus even more on longevity and creating a heritage. This longevity is one of the greatest inspirations behind my upcoming book which is due to be released in the Autumn of 2018.
The idea of doing a book originally came from the wish to put all projects completed by Fiona Barratt Interiors down on paper. An amalgamation of the company’s hard work and success over the years if you will. However, through working with the amazing publisher Rizzoli, and meeting with interesting and creative directors and writers for the same purpose, I have decided to perhaps go more in the direction of a complete lifestyle book. A book of interior inspiration and advice. At any rate, my book will be a forward step for the company’s brand awareness and, despite currently being in a fledgling state, it is a very exciting and rewarding next chapter for myself and Fiona Barratt Interiors, pun intended.
House & Garden | Top 100 Interior Designers. This impressive designer is known for her glossy, glamorous interiors which blend rich textures with a wide range of surface finishes.
Fiona Barratt Interiors | As a leader in luxury, Fiona Barratt Interiors prides itself on the attention to detail and personalised service that enhances the homes and lives of clients.
Olga Korotkova | A feature piece on the first project competed by Fiona Barratt Interiors, a luxe ski chalet in Verbier.
The Style Guide | Fiona’s Christmas wish list featuring luxury products from the LuxDeco website.
Mel Yates | 1st Dibs Introspective Magazine focuses on Holiday House, London. Fiona Barratt Interiors ground floor living room design is a succinct combination of organic natural forms and Roman influence, featuring furniture from FBC London, lighting by Lindsey Adelman and Haberdashery, and upholstery by de Le Cuona.
London Design Festival | A focus on the Pimlico Road design district.
Carole Annett | Pure Theatre. An insight into Fiona’s high drama Northumberland kitchen, her love of cooking, and her desire to make the space a social hub for all the family.