Nina Campbell is one of the most respected and influential interior designers in the world. Her client list and design expertise are unparalleled. Known for her infectious wit and brilliant sense of style, her designs appeal to both young and old and fit both modern and traditional interiors.
Building on the success of her work at Interior Design, Nina was able to expand the business and open a design studio, retail store, and furniture showroom, as well as design her own signature products in accessories, wallpaper, fabrics, and furniture.
Nina opened her design offices and studio where she designs her successful fabric and wallpaper collection, which is distributed internationally by Osborne & Little. Nina also designs her beautiful home accessories here, including trays, china, table linens, stationery and more.
The development of the Nina Campbell brand has continued with the expansion of the furniture collection, available to both trade and consumer, all manufactured in the UK. Each piece of furniture has been designed by Nina herself and is usually inspired when working on an interior design project.
At their Interior Design Studio, Nina and her team bring your vision to life with expertise, experience and attention to detail. Nina works on both residential and commercial projects worldwide.
The interior design team, led by Nina, works across projects with a wide range of clients from many different cultures and countries. Some return over the years, many are new additions; this is where the brand can bring your creative visions, dreams and hopes to life.
Whether building your home from scratch, renovating an existing home, or working on a hotel, restaurant, bar, or construction project, the team has a meticulous attention to detail and takes pride in designing a home that is fully customised to the client and how the client will live in that home.
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This is the London house of the same Italian family for whom Nina Campbell also designed an apartment in Rome. A comparison of the two reveals their extraordinary versatility; while the family’s elegant Knightsbridge home has all the hallmarks of a London townhouse, it also reflects the heritage of its owners with subtle touches such as pendant lights with tassels, collections of Venetian glass, Italian fabrics as well as antique wall hangings.
This ability to weave together disparate influences to create a coherent whole is best seen in the master bedroom, where Italian maps and contemporary lighting sit against a backdrop of walls lined with a sumptuous damask fabric. At the front door, guests are greeted by Italian curtains made from Nina’s own velvet, leading to a bar area furnished with a mix of bespoke furniture.
In the dining room, more custom designs open to reveal rich splashes of colour inside. At every turn, there are details that add to the look and feel of a design; trims, contrasting piping, fringe and trimmed rush matting make for an interesting combination of layers.
In the drawing room, a mix of exquisite 19th-century furniture, walls in deep navy blue, tall bookshelves and an antique mirror create the impression that this can only be a classic London townhouse.