We are so pleased with our recent project. A beautiful family home in the heart of Notting Hill. Home to a young family who needed a quick interior turn around between moving in and a new bambino arriving. Mission accomplished with the help of a fantastic partnership with the clients.

When a building has such good bone structure it really makes the job so much easier. The Georgians built properties to perfection. The proportions and details are beautiful. The windows, shutters, cornicing, pillars, doors absolutely no short cuts on craftsmanship. And in this building all the original features are mostly in tack! So it was a perfect space to showcase new and existing client items. Adding a splash of colour, pattern through wallpaper and texture via some beautiful textiles (most of which are British designers) the families personality started to shine through. Its also home to three beautiful kids spaces for the two children under three.


A flamingo girls room (I know!) and our first ever full on pink room and it most definitely will not be the last. Absolutely LOVE this little pink palace. A little nursery for the then bump and a lovely calming sanctuary now for parent and baby. And a downstairs playroom in-between the living spaces for a toddler gallery and playroom. Truly beautiful kids spaces which they can grow and develop in for years to come.


The adults rooms are layered with colour and texture with much consideration creating a non stuffy family vibe. The gallery wall shows off the families love for travel, up and coming artists and some of their happiest memories. You can view the full project here. The pictures speak for themselves !

We hired Born & Bred to design our four bedroom home on a tight timeframe of three months (new baby on way). Lisa did an incredible job working at a fast pace, to understand our style and source the necessary pieces to execute on our vision for the house. Lisa is a pleasure to work with, our personalities jived and she gets things done. It made decorating the house that much easier.
— Renee, Notting Hill