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Lana Filippova

Residential Interior Designer
Project 1, formal lounge
Project 1, formal lounge
Project 1, curtain in the formal lounge
Project 1, formal lounge
Project 1, garden room
Project 1, garden room
Project 1, garden room
Project 1, garden room
Project 1, entrance hall
Project 1, cloak room
Project 1, master bedroom
Project 1, master bedroom
Project 1, guest bedroom
Project 1, guest bedroom
Project 1, guest bedroom
Project 2, snug room
Project 2, snug room
Project 2, kitchen
Project 2, dining area
Project 2, kitchen
Project 2, lighting
Project 2, master bedroom
Project 2, master bedroom
Project 2, master En-Suite
Project 2, family bathroom
Project 2, family bathroom
Project 2, 1st daughter's bedroom
Project 2, 1st daughter's bedroom
Project 2, 2nd daughter's bedroom furniture
Project 2, 2nd daughter's bedroom furniture
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
Other projects
All period features like the fire place, covings and windows were restored and complemented with contemporary furnishings
The centre of the lounge is created around the fire place with the coffee table and a statement light
The neutral colour palette is made exciting by the use of textures and reflective surfaces
This high gloss wood veneer modular wall unit fits perfectly in to the space and has lots of beautiful details
Mirrored alcoves reflect and multiply features in the room like the glass artwork and the ceiling light
The sofas have retractable head rests so they don't obscure the beatuful bay window with display tables
The frame work was made to match the furniture, in the middle is a mirrorrored ceramic tile with a rippled surface
The Roman blinds are in a fabric from Sahco with a complex texture providing a neutral but interesting back drop for the display
Stetement light and the artwork are playfully reflected in the coffee table's glass top and the mirrored bottom shelf

When working with our clients, I always want them to feel in control of their project, so they are involved in the final decision making and are given choices to suite their budget and taste. This way, once the project is completed, they feel like it is their home and there is nothing there that they not sure about or would want to change. Although our clients put an enormous amount of faith in me, my ability to understand their preferences and needs enables me to produce the designs that are perfect for them in every little detail and distinguishing our clients as individuals, with bespoke design and one off products, found especially for their home.

Project 1:
Modernisation and an extension to a modern property in Bowdon, Cheshire.

Our clients are a busy couple with 3 children and demanding jobs. Although certain in what they like and don’t like, it is the concept and the detail that they required help with, along with sourcing products and working closely with the builders deciding on every aspect of the build, providing electrical and plumbing plans and bespoke furniture design.
This property has undergone a huge transformation, becoming and exciting space to live in, with plenty of light and open plan that is subtly divided in to separate zones, perfect for when you have 3 children, like entertaining and have to work from home from time to time.

Project 2:
A period property in Hale, Cheshire with a complete modernisation and a vast extension.

A truly multicultural family with roots in Germany, France and Iran, with 2 children borne and raised in the UK, currently living in Dubai wanted to extend their second home in Cheshire, bring it up to date, but still retain the family’s heirlooms and influences from their diverse life experience.
Having started off as “set” in their views and tastes, once having seen new ideas and being provided with exciting options, their minds “opened” to the possibility of blending their own antiques and art with modern look and contemporary design. Being miles away in Dubai also meant that I would have the responsibility to make all necessary decisions with the builders on a daily basis. Although the clients were kept up to date and fully informed, thanks to Skype, in a lot of the cases they had to put their trust in me. And they were not disappointed. Having visited the UK a couple of times and having seen the progress, they were comfortable to “go along” with all recommendations until the project was completed.