After a successful 22 year career in fashion I took the leap to change my career completely. After designing my own home and refurbishing two more of my own properties my raw passion for interiors was ignited. With this unconventional approach to the industry my desire is to help create beautiful, unique spaces that express my client’s personality.
I believe interior design can be for all, not just a select few, and the varied services I offer reflect that. I work very much in collaboration with the home owner in a fluid and responsive way, listening firstly to how you want to use the space and what you believe to be precious and beautiful, I also take cues from the property itself. Thus creating authentic, unexpected, meaningful design. I look to bespoke items, antiques and vintage finds for sustainability and to make each and every project truly unique.
They say that home is where the heart is and I look forward to helping you unlock the heart in your home.
“Founder Sophie has an individual and searing eye for detail. With her ‘perfectly imperfect’ style, she highlights each homes uniqueness, finding beauty in the imperfect and celebrating the authenticity of each room, thus creating unique and individual projects. Her approach is informed yet relaxed. Focusing on the importance of colour and reducing waste, she sources antiques from various markets around Europe and uses reclaimed, reused and salvaged items where possible.”
The List - House and Garden
New Kid on the block Sophie Rowell aka Côte de Folk is the Interior Designer in demand by those in the know. The former stylist and art director has a knack for sourcing superb, one off pieces and collating images of beguiling interiors - all in keeping with her self professed “perfectly imperfect style.” She’s the magpie eye behind Laura Jackson’s fabled kitchen cabinet, as well as the delightful vintage linen curtains in Hannah Weiland’s new house. Follow for styling tips, tricks of the trade and dreamy visuals of her own home and clients.