Known for transforming the manor houses, estates, barns and cottages of the Cotswolds, Pippa Paton Design’s approach is consistent: an unwavering focus on the bones of the structure that reflect the unique character of the region. Blending these seamlessly with contemporary materials such as polished concrete, resin, steel, polished plaster and the textures of natural materials including wood, stone, linen, wool and leather, to create timeless, luxurious homes.
The studio’s work covers more than simply interior design. Over the past two decades we have successfully reconfigured many historic (and more recently constructed) homes for life in the 21st-century, finding solutions to everything from how to turn the myriad of rooms ‘behind the green baize door’ into large family-friendly kitchen / living / dining spaces, to removing entire floors to form double-height master suites and equally resolving the essential questions of how to create a fully functioning boot/utility room or where to find space for a much needed cloakroom or en suite.
Creating the design solutions on paper is only the first stage: navigating the project through planning, construction and fit-out to the end product of a home exactly as you hoped it would be, is all part of what Pippa Paton Design provides.
Established by Pippa in 2006, the studio is built around her instinctive ability to visualise what a space can be and how to optimise its potential for the lives we lead today, be that through spatial reconfiguration, exposing and enhancing historic features or the introduction of colours, textures, furniture and art to create interiors of calm simplicity.
Alongside her husband, Scott, and utilising their combined skills and experience from previous commercial and management roles in the advertising industry, Pippa has built a studio with the vision, creativity and operational skills to undertake the most complex and demanding projects.