Combining precision, beauty and understated luxury, this studio is bringing fresh ideas to interior styling that invoke a stronger connection between clients and their homes.
Whether its sophisticated minimalism or earthy, nature-inspired homes, founder of House to Hold, Anne-Marie Springer the formulaic in favour of local context. Taking cues from her understanding of light, space and materiality, House of Hold crafts environments that are carefully considered and most importantly, client-led. Re-inventing interiors for modern use, her intuitive sense of how built environments are experienced results in spaces that feel like home. Underpinned by a collaborative relationship rooted in open communication and the creation of ideas inspired by its discerning clients, its vision is always fluid, responding to ever-evolving briefs with ease.
Beyond interior design consultations, House to Hold offers a personal shopping and styling service as well as a curated collection of bespoke pieces available through her website. Having worked for Chelsea Harbour designer, Jason D’Souza and US celebrity designer Jonathan Adler, Anne-Marie Springer launched her own consultancy to continue creating interiors that balance aesthetics and function. Specialising in residential design, House to Hold’s portfolio includes the styling of a building transformed by CUBIC studios on Portobello Road and a five-storey family home in Bayswater.
Re-inventing interiors for modern use, her intuitive sense of how built environments are experienced results in spaces that feel like home.