Jane Churchill is renowned for two things. The first is her traditional sense of style, which manifests itself in her love of all things English. The second is her take on modern design and the contemporary flair that she brings to her interiors. Her ethos of combining the ‘old’ with the ‘new’ has made Jane Churchill Interiors the go-to name for homes that are as classic as they are current; as elegant as they are fun and as beautiful as they are functional.
Thirty years ago it was her vast and successful collection of fabrics and wallpapers that made Jane Churchill a household name; when this half of her rapidly growing empire was sold, she made the permanent move into interior design and Jane Churchill Interiors has been trading at 81 Pimlico Road ever since.
The close-knit team of designers focus on high-end residential properties both at home and abroad and can count some slightly unusual requests amongst their past projects, including a racecourse box… and a rickshaw.
They have maintained long relationships with suppliers, contractors and clients, many of whom have become friends and returned over the years with subsequent design work.
This is perhaps because of the personal touch that Jane Churchill Interiors infuses into every project; her interiors seek to represent the individuality of the property and the client, giving each room in each home its own identity. This is as true for a small London mews house as it is for an 18th century chateau in the French countryside… or a rickshaw.
Alongside this, Jane has designed two desks for furniture mogul Julian Chichester and a range of carpets for the London based Capitol Carpets; details for both of which can be found on her website.