Pippa Paton Design

Pippa Paton Design, Standlake, Oxfordshire
The Studio, Mill Barn, Cow Lane
OX13 5EJ

About Pippa Paton Design

Established in 2006, Pippa Paton Design is an interior design, architecture and project management studio based in Longworth, Oxfordshire. Focusing primarily on historic and character properties throughout the Cotswolds, the studio’s extensive experience ranges from the interior design of traditional Cotswold country cottages to the gutting and complete renovation of manor houses.

Specialising in renovating, refurbishing, extending and transforming residential properties for 21st-century living, the studio ensures each project is beautifully designed and smoothly executed from start to finish. With a real emphasis on precision and creative detail, the multidisciplinary team create beautiful and inspiring contemporary homes that people love to live in.

The studio places the client at the heart of the project whilst paying particular attention to the nature and history of the building itself. This specialist approach transforms homes into bespoke environments tailored around the client’s spirit, needs and lifestyle. Contemporary and eclectic designs are combined with traditional architecture and features, deftly blending the new and the old to achieve exceptional results.

Dedicated to the stunning design and outstanding quality which truly enhances the homes and lives of their clients, the studio provides a highly personalised and professional service. Featured three times in the international Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, the studio is the established specialist contemporary Cotswold interior design company.

Pippa Paton is a multi-award-winning, industry-recognised interior designer and spatial planner who is the Founder and Design Director. Pippa leads her team of talented interior designers to create exceptional spaces that bring together contemporary and eclectic furnishings whilst exposing and enhancing the architectural and heritage features of the properties they work with.

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