Category : Inspiration

2 May 2021
avatar Author: Flora Lender

House & Garden

May 2021

Nicky Haslam teamed up with Jena Quinn and Lucy Derbyshire of Studio QD to renovate this London house previously split into two flats to create an exuberantly elegant single home.

Interior Design by Nicky Haslam and Studio QD
Jena Quinn & Lucy Derbyshire @studioqdinteriors
Photography @simonuptonphotos
Nicky Haslam Studio
@nickyhaslamstudio
2 May 2021
avatar Author: Flora Lender

The Spectator

1st May 2021

OUT NOW !!

www.spectator.co.uk

The Designer’s Notebook

By Nicky Haslam


Nicky Haslam Studio

@nickyhaslamstudio


8 Apr 2021
avatar Author: Flora Lender

FABRIC NEWS !

Nicky Haslam Studio

We are delighted to announce that the Random Harvest fabric collection, which Nicky Haslam produces with Colette van den Thillart for Turnell & Gigon, will now be distributed in North America by FABRICUT.

www.fabricut.com
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The full collection will be represented in all Fabricut showrooms across the U.S. and in Canada.

For New York designers, the collection will be showcased at the Clarence House New York showroom.

(Fabricut acquired the revered luxury American brand Clarence House in March 2019).


23 Apr 2018
avatar Author: Flora Lender

NICKY’S TEA TOWELS NOW AVAILABLE TO BUY.

£18 (INCL. VAT P&P TO UK)

£24 SIGNED (USING TEXTILE PERMANENT MARKER)

To order yours please email molly@nickyhaslamstudio.com

9 Mar 2016
avatar Author: NH Design

In Design, Now Is the Time for All Materials to be Treated Equally

It’s never been more clear that authenticity in decorating is a fallacy, writes the interior designer Nicky Haslam.

There’s a story that Marella Agnelli, on first seeing a friend’s silken-velvet-walled, head-to-toe French 18th-century-style Fifth Avenue apartment, gasped, as if for air . . . ‘‘But don’t you just long for a bit of wicker?’’ These words come back to me every time I see today’s version of an ‘‘authentically’’ conceived room. You know: the exposed brick, the poured concrete, the reclaimed wood, the glare of unrelieved glass. In such surroundings, Signora Agnelli (who, in fact, created a ‘‘minimalist’’ décor years before it was the fashion) would have as readily longed for something humdrum or seemingly inappropriate like wicker, something witty or even fake, to take the curse off such sanctimonious sterility.

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