Discover The Bespoke Design Style Of Douglas Mackie – Considered one of the UK’s top interior designers, Douglas Mackie has been featured on the House and Garden magazine’s “Leading 100 Designers” list for the last 15 years. Based in Marylebone, in Central London, the designer has many years of experience working at the very highest end of the international market. They are currently working on large-scale commissions in London, France, and the Middle East. Keep reading this article by The Most Expensive Homes blog to know more!
For clients in search of beautiful interiors, moody colors, and deep comfort, this designer tops the list. He’s brilliant at integrating serious art collections, skillfully blending them against beautifully conceived backgrounds. He also has his own line of chic furniture, Douglas Mackie Collection that mimics his powerful design approach and style!
A grand figure in the Design Industry, the designer and his highly skilled team are responsible for some major design projects in the biggest cities in the world! His unique classic contemporary approach is perfectly characteristic and he knows how to include that “London Flair” in all of his projects!
This project, located just outside London, was created with the client’s collection of 20th century British Art in mind. Many pieces of textiles and contemporary furniture were commissioned exclusively for this house.
From an art studio to this 19th-century house in London. Over the 2 years that took to renovate the space, all the internal joinery was replaced to transform this extensive basement into this amazing colorful style.
It took one year to renovate this warm-colored project from the 18th century. Located in the heart of Marylebone, London, the design blends contemporary art, antique textiles and custom-made furniture, creating a cozy and elegant home.
A luxury combination of the new and the old. The designer chose to combine 18th and 9th antiques with handcrafted furniture to compose this project. It was a major refurbishment of a 6 floors townhouse, in the classic English style, as it was briefed by the client.
The designer’s bet was an inspiring Classical English interior mixed with great post-war American design on this London apartment. He opted for vintage wall lights by Tommy Parzinger and a rare Edward Wormley desk chair to complement the rich environment with a touch of color. A carefully thought layering job.
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