Fiona Barratt Interiors was formed in 2006 by the award-winning designer and entrepreneur Fiona Barratt-Campbell, one of Britain’s leading figures in the international interior design world. A multi-disciplinary design studio born from pure dedication and capability of a talented team who work closely with clients, Fiona Barratt Interiors provides a complete ‘interior design experience.’ Being involved at every stage, Fiona believes, enables her to deliver the exemplary service reflecting her aesthetic, ensuring to live and immerse herself in the process, from inception to completion, throughout the design journey.
Born and raised in Northumberland, Fiona has always drawn on the rich history and rugged landscape of her childhood, combining the strong identity of the North with the grandeur of Roman architecture. Design runs in Fiona’s DNA with her greatest inspiration being her grandfather, Sir Lawrie Barratt. “My interest in property, architecture and interiors began with him, and a strong work ethic runs in the Barratt blood,” she says. Defined by bold and symmetrical silhouettes with intricate finishes, Fiona's signature style blends sophisticated neutrals interlaced with bursts of accent colour. Although this more modern theme remains core to her interiors, Fiona experiments with antiques, particularly 20th century pieces. Fiona’s first project was a ski chalet in Verbier for Sir Richard Branson. This lavish debut in the Swiss Alps also set the tone for what was to come. Attracting both prestigious residential and private clients to commercial developers in the UK and spanning the globe, Fiona Barratt Interiors offers not only tailored architecture and interior design but procurement services, curated fine art, custom-made furniture, lighting and accessories through Fiona’s retail business, FBC London. As a leader in the luxury market, Fiona’s philosophy behind creating fluid and elegant spaces is derived from the understanding of client aspirations. Relevance of location and maximizing the potential of existing elements in the space, is paramount to the design process. These guidelines are developed with imagination and vision, resulting in an interior that tells a story and most importantly an interior that reflects the individuality of each client. “A successful interior should enhance, not dictate, the way you live.”
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