Elegant and timeless interiors with twists of colour, material and structure; Saskia Blyth’s forte is the art of balance.
Having studied design in Vienna and Florence, Saskia Blyth founded the eponymous studio – bringing more than 20 years’ experience in the field. Known for her uncanny talents to create sophisticated and personal interiors, clients call on her to breathe a new lease of life into their residential properties. With a design philosophy that celebrates the intersection of form and function, colour and adventurous choices, Saskia pays close attention to detail – resulting in effortlessly stylish spaces.
Her expert eye has been applied to houses, villas, chalets and yachts worldwide, but some of her most compelling work has taken place in west London’s townhouses. Take Sunderland Terrace, demonstrating an elegant take on industrial stylish. Antique and contemporary pieces coalesce; note an intricate Jamb fireplace and Axcel Vervoot walls. Or her reinvention of Blenheim Crescent; a former art studio was gutted and imagined with reclaimed materials, a Boffi kitchen and Dornbracht bathroom features. A Chelsea townhouse pairs modern comforts with sophisticated detailing; there’s no shying away from colour here.