Violet & George was born in 2009 out of a passion for exquisite soft furnishings and meaningful, luxury interior design. Since then, we have become synonymous with luxurious interiors created to reflect and magnify our clients’ individual tastes. We’re ‘new fashioned’, skilled in the traditional crafts of interior decoration and fastidious about attention to detail, but at the same time aware of contemporary trends, taste and technology.

The attention we pay to what matters most in the lives of our clients sets us apart. Our design and decoration consultancy flexes to work whichever way suits them best. It includes made-to-measure tailoring and upholstery, paint and fabric advice, intelligent lighting solutions and unique decorative flourishes.

From our West London studio and workshop in Middlesex our designers and craftsmen collaborate with a trusted network of specialists to ensure exceptional levels of fit and finish. And high levels of customer delight too in our soft furnishings offering to London. No request is too exotic (or mundane); no imagination too wild; no expectation left unfulfilled.

How to Use Green in your Home Decor

Greenery symbolises the importance and beauty of natural aesthetics, and according to the practice of fengshui, the colour green is nourishing to your health and well-being as it balances the whole body and brings vibrations of healing from nature to your home decor and health through balancing your connection.

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Houzz Bedroom Feature – Dressing Table Ideas For Every Size Bedroom

Featured on Houzz – “Dressing Table Ideas For Every Size Bedroom (Even Tiny Ones)”  July 2017. Houzz Bedroom by Violet & George.

Often overlooked in bedroom design, the humble dressing table could be worth a second thought, as the right one can elevate a room from functional to luxurious. Don’t think you can fit one in? These smart tables – from tiny alcove options to sleek modern designs – prove you can.

 is Houzz UK and Ireland Editor. “I’m thrilled to be part of the team bringing the best of UK and Irish design and architecture to Houzz.com. I’d love to hear from you, so if you live in an inspiring home, or know of one, I want to see!”

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