Audrey Whelan Interior Design is a small friendly studio working with clients between Hampstead Heath and Finsbury Park, North London.


About us

AW_interiordesign_noticeboard_01.jpg

Since setting up the business in 2009, we’ve developed an approach to the way we do interior design that places family life and all it’s transitions at the centre of our process.

We are down-to-earth interior designers offering inspiring design ideas and practical advice as part of a collaborative process with our clients. For us, a successful project is one where our clients feel inspired and well informed to make the big decisions relating to the interiors of their home. 

We can source, specify and supply all the items for your project, as well as obtaining building and decorating quotes and overseeing the work on site.

 

 

Audrey set up the business in 2009 and has worked with over two hundred London homeowners since then.


Take a look at our projects


What our clients say about us

 
 

How we work

We can design, source & supply and oversee the implementation of your project. Or we can work with you on the design of your interiors to create a vision which you can implement yourself. Either way, every project is unique and when we first meet we discuss your needs and what you would like to achieve. We then issue you with a proposal outlining how we can best work together. 

Below are examples of some of the common project enquiries we have received and the services we have delivered.

 
 

Events


Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  We would like to re-instate original features such as cornicing and picture rails in our Victorian house. But we also love the idea of a minimal handleless kitchen. We are not sure whether we can successfully combine these two styles, how would you advise us?

A:  We love mixing old and new - with the right colour schemes, lighting and furnishings, we can create an interior that successfully combines decorative period features with minimal mod-cons, by bringing in lots of elements to bridge the gap between these two ends of the spectrum!


 

Our latest snaps and tweets out & about