PERFECTLY IMPERFECT INTERIOR DESIGN

Ana Engelhorn Interior Design is a London-based design firm who unites the old with the new to create fresh, timeless interiors for residential and commercial properties.

Echoing the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, our perfectly imperfect style brings out a room’s innate authenticity, celebrating the imperfections found in natural building materials and highlighting rich textural sensations.

In older buildings, we focus on restoring a room to its natural state, highlighting any historical features, while adding a modern twist. In new-build homes, we are guided by the client’s needs to inform the design and shape of the house, bringing in natural elements to complement the new. We love working with organic materials and furniture in its raw state to craft luxurious, stunning interiors our clients feel at home in.

Give us a ring to discuss your project – we’d love to hear from you.

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HIGHLIGHT PROJECTS

BARCELONA APARTMENT FULL REVAMP

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16TH CENTURY FARMHOUSE IN THE CATALAN COUNTRYSIDE

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ABOUT ANA

Born in Switzerland, with Spanish and German roots, founder and creative director Ana Engelhorn incorporates her international background and interests in travel and art into her exquisite interiors.

Having received her interior design certification from The Professional Design Institute, she has worked across Continental Europe for ten years, with her designs featuring in a variety of prestigious UK and Spanish magazines and newspapers.

Now based in London, Engelhorn is excited to meet new clients and share her energy and ideas on how to live better with the old, the renewed and the new.

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  • My 5 favourite styles of curtains for the home.
It’s easy to get lost in the wide world of fabric and curtains. There are so many different fabrics and types of curtains, so many different ways of making them and hanging them that it can be helpful to focus in on a few simple versions. These are five that I love!

1. Triple pleat curtain
The go-to when you want a curtain that is lush, heavy and full. The perfect example of a curtain that is both heart-warming and absorbs sound well.

2. Eyelet curtain
Great for a summery, sprightly feel, when you want a lighter touch in the room as well as lighter on the bank balance. 
3. Roman blind
Don’t want to draw curtains backwards and forwards? Roman blinds have battery-powered motors. You can even time them to go up at the desired hour in your children’s bedroom!

4. Roller blind
A simple version of the fuller Roman blind, it’s ideal for areas like a study or home office where you need to block out the sun occasionally, but don’t want to buy extra decorative fabric.

5. My mother’s own 
This is a curtain my mother created specifically for her home. She designed and made it herself, then got a handyman to insert the ringlets. Simple and different, I think it looks fantastic! Have you ever custom-made curtains for a room?
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  • Welcome to my Interior Design Diary; the road to perfectly imperfect.
This project diary – detailing my first big project in the UK – offers an insight into the interior design process, with all its flaws and imperfections. Having a design philosophy that celebrates imperfections, I think it’s especially fitting to share a ‘real-time’ record of what goes into creating a beautiful interior. Check out my Stories and IGTV to learn more about my Interior Design Diary!
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  • Download our FREE Home Redesign Guide and learn all the tips and tricks on how to create beautiful interiors tailored to your needs, all while having fun doing it! (link in bio)
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  • This month has all been about curtains. I had to find materials for 13 different windows. When searching for so many different materials, one faces a lot of decisions: pattern, no pattern, stripes, quality of material, importance of price. And it all has to fit with the overall look you want to achieve and the colour combinations you have chosen. I love @hollandandsherryinteriors. How do you go about choosing your curtain fabric?
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