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From cleaver ways with mirrors to shimmering wallpapers, these bright ideas enhance and maximise the light in even the darkest corners…
Kensington and Chelsea magazine on how make your house a reflection of your personal style….
Head Designer at Helen Green, Natalia Miyar, on how to get the look of a chic Grosvenor Waterside drawing room….
An insight into visual tricks that can help transform a compact space.
Look no further for the ultimate Christmas decoration says the Resident magazine as the Oro wreth fits the bill….
Head of Design at Helen Green, Natalia Miyar, discusses the challenges of displaying fine art collections.
“A dressing table is a wondeful addition to a guest room as it can be a stylish focal point and a multifunctional piece….”
Ginetta Vedrickas discusses feature fireplaces with Head of Design, Natalia Miyar.
Elizabeth Choppin on how Grosvenor Crescent has been bought full circle with period charm, meeting all the convenience of modern living.
Judith Wilson describes Collection III as having an ‘airy, sophistocated appeal’ that is worth every penny…
Bathrooms are turning into indulgent, soothing retreats, often merging with master bedrooms says Nicole Swengley.
Nineteenth century residences in London’s posh Belgravia get a luxurious facelift.
A new show apartment by Helen Green Design fuses modernity and Regency grandeur, with furniture and fabrics sourced from Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.
Decorator’s Notebook features the Juno Centre Table from Collection III.
When it comes to injecting a contemporary look into a listed property, the key is to respect its heritage and keep the bathroom furniture as simple as possible.
When interior designer Helen Green had the chance to convert two cottages and a bothy on the Sussex Downs where she grew up, she created a comfortable retreat in keeping with its idyllic surroundings.
Since the Twenties, when rooftop apartments became de rigueur in New York, the penthouse has been the ulitimate symbol of wealth.
Its central location draws the rich and famous to Belgravia where garages go for half-a-million pounds.
Freshly delivered for the start of the season are four newly-designed and refurbished Plantation Suites at Coral Reef club, by British interior designer, Helen Green Design.
Helen Green’s latest show flat combines sharp clean lines with soft inviting fabrics and textured wall paper to create a luxurious London feel.
“I love entertaining in the garden; living and working in a city makes dining ouside a real treat…”
Empty home needs wealthy buyer: why tailored interiors can make all the difference.
Helen’s bedroom is all about opulence. Both texture and colour play a huge part in creating her high-end look – there’s a soft, thick-pile silk carpet underfoot, heavy full length curtains at the window and the walls are softened with batten and fabric panels…
Changing anything in a Grade #1 listed house is far from straightforward. The list of ‘do nots’ are as long as your arm and can be enough to deter even the very experienced renovator.
Helen Green is one of those women who one cannot help but feel would be admired by men and women in equal measure.
Which of your work in hotels are you most proud of?
The Coral Reef Club in Barbados. I designed their spa, which really captures the island’s spirit. Which of your work in hotels are you most proud of?