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      The Interior Edit

      About The Interior Edit

      We are independent, small scale retailers who looks to offer carefully curated collections. The Interior Edit offers a range of homeware , furniture, lighting and accessories chosen from a vast array of suppliers from India to Denmark, and many places inbetween. Our aim is to select beautiful different pieces, which will add some style and interest to you home. We are obsessed with colour, pattern and texture, and this is very reflective of our collection. Our style is an edited version of current trends, from bohemian to vintage to scandi, these are the three main styles we stock. We are also pleased to have an exclusive range of handmade bags and jewellery, which are fantastic for gifting. Our online store offers further pieces to purchase, including larger items. We also sell custom made upholstery and window treatments.

      From the founder

      Interior designer, colour and pattern lover. Interiors store owner. My style is an original mix of vintage modern eclectic and boho. Never dull....!

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      A journey of discovering new brands

      Natasha trained as an interior designer at university, and graduated with an honors degree in 1991. On graduating she worked for several leading interior design practices, including Fitch & Co, Terence Conran, Oliver Burns Interiors and more recently OKA. In 2004 Natasha was headhunted to fill the position of Head of Interior design at Heals. It was here that she fell in love with furniture, and became more interested in homeware. Armed with insider knowledge of trade and wholesale suppliers, she then started a freelance business along side her full-time job. She has designed some beautiful homes in London and the home counties, helping clients create some truly wonderful interiors. The Interior Edit was set up in 2013, focusing primarily on interior design. In 2019 she opened a pop up store in Hampton Court Village. In January 2020 she opened a much larger shop, which stocks bigger pieces of furniture including sofas and armchairs, mirrors artwork, with a focus on lighting and cushions.