Todhunter Earle has been at the forefront of the international interior design industry for over 20 years. They are one of the few leading designers to have been continuously included in the House & Garden, Homes & Gardens and Country Life Top 100 Interior Designers lists.
Emily Todhunter founded the company in 1988, with Kate Earle joining as her partner in 1998. Since then the company has grown rapidly in both size and scope. Projects range from classic English country houses to well-known restaurants, yachts, small boutique hotels, ski lodges and beautiful homes worldwide.
Get to know some prestigious London Houses:
In this project you can find a barn house in the heart of London – and that is something you don’t see everyday. The team worked with Flower Michelin Architects to transform this space into a house with a beautiful garden at the back.
The whole back of the house is continuous, with large sliding glass doors to the garden. The kitchen and dining room have a gallery with very eclectic art, sculpture and ceramics. It’s quite a special place!
NEW KINGS ROAD
Decorating this house was a blast for the team! Working closely with the clients and with Icon Architecture the brand combined two townhouses and created a side living room overlooking a patio.
The team completed this six bedroom home in 2017. It is the perfect family home as both the lounge and kitchen lead onto a private garden, which in turn leads onto a typical Notting Hill square garden. They combined contemporary furniture with traditional paintings and antiques to create a comfortable, grown up feel.
Working closely with the architects at BB Partnership and the interior designers at Collett-Zarzycki, they have transformed this home to include a huge basement that is used as a TV media room/game room. The house also has a large gym, wine room, good storage and staff quarters.
Situated between the King’s Road and Cheyne Walk in the prime residential area of Chelsea, they have created this large side facing apartment (newly built by Native Land with Grosvenor) for Lennox Investments.
The open plan living area, dining room and kitchen needed to come together, so we opted for a classic hand blocked wallpaper. By combining antiques with contemporary furniture, the apartment has a warm, elegant and sophisticated feel.
Tucked away behind a road in Battersea, this very modern home sits in its own sprawling secret garden. Designed and built in collaboration with BLDA, this is the second exceptional house the team has designed for a discerning client.
The brief was to design a barn/beach house in the city. Whitewashed brushed oak boards, floor to ceiling windows, light oak floors and rare coloured stone sourced in Italy were used to achieve the look. The interiors flow into the garden, which was landscaped by Osada Design.