About Louise Holt Interior Design
Louise Holt graduated from KLC School of Interior Design in 2005 after a successful international career in the finance industry. Previously a founder and director of award-winning Cloud Studios – Elle Decoration Britain’s Best Designers 2015 – she set up Louise Holt Design Ltd in 2016, a creative interior design studio which has an established reputation for creating elegant, contemporary interiors.
Louise leads on all the design projects and offers a very personalised service recognising that each client is unique and so too is the architecture of each project. Knowing the importance of how a space will be used, Louise spends time with her clients to understand their needs, tastes and aspirations. Providing the right combination of creativity and practical guidance in terms of opportunities or constraints, she ensures that the end results are beautifully considered and executed whilst harmonising with the architecture of the building.
Projects range from the complete renovation of private country houses to the interior design of London townhouses and apartments along with properties in France and Mallorca.
She works alongside some of the country’s most prestigious architects and has wide-ranging relationships, developed over a number of years, with highly skilled craftsmen and specialist designers to call upon in the creation of a unique interior design for her clients.
Louise is a full member of BIID, the British Institute of Interior Design. The company has offices in London and Oxfordshire.
The company works closely with our clients through all stages of the interior design process, from the initial concept and space planning, through to the furniture installation and completion.
We typically work on complete renovations or new builds and are principally brought in at the initial stages of the project and work as part of a team alongside an architect and contactor. We produce technical drawings for the interior design elements which are compatible with the AutoCAD drawings produced by the architect.