2017 Press

Tableware Setting
Good storage
Bench Seating

INTERIOR DESIGN NOTEBOOK – FRESH STARTS by CLARE HUDSON DESIGN                                                                                                          INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

January is notorious for fresh starts and resolutions. However well-meaning our intentions, the reality can sometime overwhelm us and before two weeks are up we have claimed that glass of wine or missed that daily jog. Our advice would be to keep your ambitions realistic so that they are attainable. When it comes to our homes, January can be a daunting month. .............                                                                                                                                                                                     TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE

2016 Press

Window Seat
Vibrant Velvet

INTERIOR DESIGN NOTEBOOK – SURVIVING THE FALL by CLARE HUDSON DESIGN                                                                                             INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

September’s face appearing on our calendars should be a welcomed arrival. There is a perceptible shift in the air as the buzz and noise of summer starts to wane and autumn drifts in. With children returning to school and the inevitable footwear swap from flip flops to wellies and our drinking penchant from Pimms to sloe gin, I always feel that in Autumn there is the opportunity for new beginnings. Whilst January has all the hype of resolutions and good intentions, coming straight on the heels of one of the busiest and most stressful times of the year, whom of us genuinely feels like putting ourselves through more pressure? The fall on the other hand, with its gentle shift from the hubbub of summer to possibly the only time in the year when the next social engagement (Halloween) is still a far off thought, is a tranquil period that is highly conducive to implementing home improvements .............                                                                                                                                         TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE

White and Coral Colour Scheme
Play Toys for Kids
Accessories for Kids


According to the English dictionary a playroom is “a room designed or set aside for recreation or playing.” With that in mind, let go of all the rules you apply to elsewhere in your home and with our industry tips, you’ll not only discover the inner child in yourself but create a magical space for your children..............

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INTERIOR DESIGN NOTEBOOK - ORANGERY MAKEOVER by CLARE HUDSON DESIGN                                                                                    INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

With spring well underway but the summer heat not quite upon us, many of us are itching to get outdoors and enjoy the longer days. Orangeries are the perfect way to enjoy our English weather without having to endure that horrid English adage of ‘put another jumper on!’ .............                                  TO READ THE ARTICLE CLICK HERE

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Boat House


When you read home decoration magazines, interior design looks so simple but all too often when the endless decisions start mounting, reality sets in and you wish you had a guiding hand. Take for example choosing a kitchen worktop. Do you prefer the look of a composite stone, solid wood, granite, stainless steel or a laminate surface? This part comes quite naturally to many people but take care to contemplate the practicalities of your choice......                            TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE

2015 Press

One of our London projects was recently reviewed by the online design website Homify.


James Rippon Published 04.05.2015


Mews properties are one of favourite style of homes. These revered and often inconspicuous conversion homes are hidden down some of London’s most unassuming streets, ensuring they have become some of the capital’s most sought after properties. After one investor was given the opportunity, they jumped at the chance to purchase this mews in Bayswater in West London as a development project for resale. Although Bayswater isn’t the first suburb that springs to mind when we think of affluent British neighbourhoods, it is fast becoming as highly desired (and expensive) as its surrounding West London counterparts.


Along with the help of other professionals including interior designer Clare Hudson Design, as well as interior architects to help with the new internal layout, this stunning mews was revitalised from top to bottom, ensuring it was going to be a worthwhile investment for the developer.


To read the article in full please click on the link https://www.homify.co.uk/ideabooks/25843/london-luxury-dream-mews-in-mayfair.