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We are the original flagship store, showing all ranges with a great bedroom section.
Wandworth Bridge Road is a very accessible short hop from the Kings Road and the interior mecca that is the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour.
We have a couple of great interior-based companies close by, including lighting, flooring and tiles, and a bathroom supplier so there are plenty of interesting interiors shops that are home related. And did we mention the delightful French patisserie next door alongside a variety of good restaurants. The parking isn’t too bad either…
We look forward to welcoming you to our showroom.
We'd love to share our passion and expertise for planning, designing and managing the change in your kitchen. Drop in to have a chat.
At University I studied Fine Art Printmaking. I loved learning about the huge array of printmaking processes, experimenting with different materials, size, & colours to produce a finished piece. From this course, I learned that there was a lot of background work that led to a final piece. It was this iterative process – taking a step back and two forwards as well as resourceful thinking to find a solution, that encouraged me to take up a career in design.
I started at John Lewis of Hungerford as Admin, answering the phones and taking care of the Fulham showroom. This taught me a lot more about process and diligence! I was keen to get into design, so started with fitted bedrooms. I loved doing these (and still do). As my confidence has grown, I am now designing kitchens – as a fully-fledged designer. I really enjoy the project management aspects of this job. From welcoming the client for the first time in the store, to refining the design until it is perfect and then seeing the finished product and a very happy client at the end!
In my free time, you’ll find me taking an early morning cycle around London with my sketchbook, wondering around an exhibition — anything from printmaking to the design museum, or making the most of a London event. Most recently I’ve been to see Lumiere London — the capital’s largest-ever light festival, where thirty installations transformed the capital.
I studied print design for interiors and fashion at Manchester School of Art. University enabled me to explore printed textile design and encouraged my creativity. I have always been practical as well as creative, post university I was keen to utilise these skills.
Since I started at John Lewis of Hungerford I have been enjoying every second! From initial design consultations to seeing our projects through to completion is overwhelmingly rewarding. Prior to starting at John Lewis of Hungerford I worked for a kitchen design company for a year. I am designing bedrooms as well as kitchens, I have a keen eye for style, colour and layout. I like to think I am relatively on trend with current interior movements! However it’s really important to retain a sense of yourself within every design we create, in order for it to be perfectly tailored to your needs.
One of my favourite places in the world is Borough market, its atmosphere is enigmatic and the food is to die for! On my days off I try to gallery hop, I am currently really looking forward to Cornelia Parkers exhibition ‘Found’ at Somerset house this summer.
It now seems like a previous lifetime, but I actually started my professional life as a teacher in Germany. That is, until I finally plucked up the courage to follow my heart (and my hero William Morris) to do what I love most: creating beautiful useful things. A few years on and with a First-Class Honours BA from Chelsea College of Art & Design under my belt, I set out to design fitted furniture; first bedrooms and studies, then kitchens.
Part of the beauty of designing a living space is that it is such a collaborative process: My customer’s dreams and requirements take centre stage, and then we jointly shape a room that expresses their personality, looks beautiful and – in the case of a kitchen - does much of the hard work as well.
Whenever I’m not designing, I love being out in nature. If it happens to rain (this is London after all), I grab a book or start a new piece of experimental textile jewellery … creative urges are just too hard to resist.
I ordered my first gaggenau appliance catalogue at 14 ,and several kitchen brochures well the ones that gave you a free pencil!
I read interiors and fashion magazines and ended up working for one of the first fabric companies to supply to both retail and trade in their interior section.
From then I went on to spend another 10 years with a distinguished high end fabric firm supplying Londons top 40 interior designers with 140 key accounts.
After 17 years in the fabric industry I persued my dream of cooking and cooked for British Aristocracy for three years, catering all events including, hunting, shooting and fishing parties, a lot of fun but very antisocial!
So with interiors in my veins I discovered John Lewis of Hungerford as I was literally passing the window in Winchester. I have been here for 10 years for good reason and that is that, the end result, that is a beautiful kitchen which gives a huge amount of job satisfaction.
Kitchen design and execution fulfils all aspects of interior design. It is the most important room in the house for friends, family, living and entertaining and it is important to me that you love your kitchen everytime you enter the room.
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Our Fulham kitchen & bedroom showroom is open Monday to Saturday, just pop in.