Award winning interior designer Sarah Latham will be sharing weekly tips and trends exclusively with Bristol Property Live
Redesigning and decorating your home isn’t always easy, with such a variety of paint colours, fabrics, furniture and accessories to choose from it can sometimes be quite daunting. For those of you that live in a period property, this can also add to the stress factor even more. How do you decorate a period home to make it look fresh and current yet still in keeping with the properties features?
Well fear not and look no further than Latham Interiors, a specialist interior design firm based in Bath that focuses on period properties and in particular are specialists in Georgian and Regency interiors.
The signature Latham look can be characterised as classic English mixed with a contemporary twist. They help their clients create their dream homes, whilst at the same time respectfully work with the period features of their property to enhance the look, whether they have decided to go with traditional interiors or a modern style. But don’t just take our word for it; their projects speak for themselves, from a classic Georgian Townhouse in Bath, an late Georgian-early Victorian house in Clifton, Bristol and Georgian Country Houses in Derbyshire, Suffolk and Oxfordshire.
Founder of Latham Interiors, Sarah Latham is an accomplished Interior Designer who studied at both the Interior Design Institute and National Design Academy before founding the design firm in 2010, she is also the daughter of renowned conservation architect Derek Latham, famed for his work on the Victoria Quarter in Leeds. Naturally, Sarah developed a passion for Georgian interiors from an early age.
It’s Sarah’s in-depth knowledge of period architecture and her versatility as an interior designer that won Latham Interiors the prestigious Guildford Design Award for best Refurbishment 2011 and led to them being shortlisted for RICS South East Award 2012. Latham Interiors are also an Associate of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) and active members of The Regency Society and The Georgian Group.
From restoration, renovation, sourcing furniture and furnishings to sourcing sought after antiques, Latham Interiors can do the lot. They have a little black book of the finest artisans and craftsmen, all of whom are leading specialists in their field. Sarah and her team also work cohesively with architects, builders and joiners to ensure that projects run on time and as smoothly as possible.
Readers of Bristol Property Live will now have access to interiors tips and trends as Sarah from Latham Interiors is going to be sharing her interior design secrets on a weekly basis. Next week she will be sharing a trend report for 2017 following her visit to Maison & Objet in Paris.
If you can’t wait that long then head over now to Sarah’s acclaimed blog Georgian Regency Interiors, which was shortlisted for a 2016 Amara Interior Blog Award.