We were commissioned to undertake the full interior design of this penthouse project in 2017 with phase two to be completed in the Summer of 2018.
With classic Georgian architecture including intricate plasterwork and beautiful painted panelling our brief was to create a soothing and inviting guest accommodation suite within our clients home.
Within this impressive backdrop we used a predominantly neutral colour palette, luxurious fabrics and statement pieces of furniture.>
Our client wanted to bring life to this unloved building and asked us to create something unique and credible. We delivered a well executed design incorporating floor plans, working drawings and realistic renderings to engage the client who fell in love with the design immediately commenting that our vision was innovative and had exceeded his brief and expectations.
A modern home with clean lines and contemporary finishes.
Our client worked with us from conception to completion on this impressive new build. The brief was to design a stylish and comfortable family home. The team at Harpers set out to create a luxurious and elegant interior using a soft grey palette accented with sophisticated charcoal.
Bespoke furniture, beautifully tailored soft furnishings and each eye-catching accessory were carefully selected to deliver this aspirational aesthetic.>
The grand proportions of this cloakroom dictated an equally impressive interior. The decision was made to panel this room using a dark moody blue reminiscent of the traditional blue used in historical architectural blueprints house at the National Archives.
Our lead designer suggested using an image from the National Gallery on one statement wall and after several meetings with our clients they agreed and are delighted with the result.
A custom made washstand, pair of elegant linen chairs and a mid-century inspired, elongated pendant completed this stunning art inspired space.>
The brief was to completely remodel this library and showcase the architectural heritage of the property whilst adding some contemporary features. Our clients wanted to achieve a dark masculine ambiance perfectly balanced with whimsical statement pieces. We achieved this by embracing dark undertones using linen, wools, leather and velvet.
The original bookshelves and panelling were painted using smokey greys. We added handmade ebony & brass furniture, sludgy olive greens in the sofas & soft furnishings all paired with statement lighting from Porta Romana and Julian Chichester.
The original oak flooring was complimented using a large vintage overdyed rug. The Harpers team completed this impressive space with commissioned pieces of art and stunning accessories.>
We were commissioned to renovate this Yorkshire country house dining room, just in time for Christmas.
We re-stained the original oak floor and designed custom made panelling as well as the bespoke fireplace and surround. For the furnishings, we custom made the dining suite with ‘cross grain’ inlay and upholstered the chairs with ‘Dedar’ Italian fabric. The curtains and pelmets were also custom made with Mark Alexander fabrics.
Artwork by Jessica Zoob compliments the scheme. The room is beautifully lit using a combination of Porta Romana, Heathfield, and a Martin Huxford studio made chandelier. Finally, the room was dressed with florals and dressings fitting for the finest of festive parties.>
Our latest showpiece is the first project we have carried out for an English and Danish couple. The couple were inspired by the sumptuous interiors at the boutique hotel Yorebridge House and wanted to recreate this indulgence at home.
The couple dreamed of a sanctuary to escape to without needing to leave the house and they committed to invest in the total refurbishment of the space, which included creating a larger bathroom and detail such as underfloor heating, rain sensitive automated blinds and light sensors to create different moods at different times of day.
To add to the tranquillity of the space, we opted for muted natural tones with rustic elements to accent with a textural Scandinavian feel.>
Eric’s Restaurant is famed for its fine dining experience and is renowned as the place to celebrate the most special of occasions. After seven years of amazing service, chef proprietor Eric Paxman wanted to breath new life into the restaurant, so he embarked on a brand refresh and a project to redesign the interior. Working alongside our mutual branding agency, Picture Smiths, we were delighted to take on the project.
Our work created a luxurious environment fitting to the high standards of the restaurant. The feel is distinctive, confident and luxurious with deep moody blue alongside unashamedly glamorous gold accents in geometric design elements.
With dramatic lighting, elegant fittings, state of the art audio and bespoke furnishings. The whole team are delighted with the end result.>
We’re delighted to present the work we have done to create an elegant sitting room as part of a two year project to renovate a beautiful Georgian country house. We brought about elegance, symmetry and balance whilst making the most of the natural light available.
The focal point of the room is the grand piano, which sets the tone for other bespoke furnishings by Harpers.
The Porta Romana lamps and bespoke shades have been made larger to suit the proportions of the room with Bella Figura lights and bespoke carpeting to dress this large floor space.
The art by Bianca Smith of London, gives the room a unique feel, whilst complementing the elegance of this period property.>
Here we see a place for work and relaxation, with a masculine colour palette, perfect for this gentleman’s retreat. When breaking from work, the sofa area offers a place to lounge and immerse in a good coffee table book. Dressing with statement cushions adds an interesting layer to the palette, alongside carefully curated books and wall art, adding a nostalgic feel to this modern and handsome study.>
Greyscale theming with opulent accents that create a stir make for understated glamour in this fabulous bedroom. Note the variation in luxurious textures, including snake-skin effect fabrics, metallics, fur, silks and mercury glass lamps, contrasting with a geometric headboard to add depth to this superbly comfortable sanctuary of a bedroom.>
Embracing today’s modern design trends, the master bedroom and bathroom within this country home were created with clean, yet distinctly stylish lines. An organic palette brings a soothing air to soften the hard surface environment of the bathroom, bringing functionality and style together seamlessly.
In the master bedroom, elegant styling with a masculine vibe presents a timeless aesthetic, with luxurious twists for a high end and sophisticated feel.>
We were delighted to be asked by our friends and neighbours at Koko Beauty Spa (Kirkburton) to help renovate their fabulous new building, now across 3 floors. With alluring and sophisticated Moroccan influences including; geometric and intricate pattern work, muted metallics, pendant lighting, plush fabrics and fret worked archways, we created a peaceful and fresh ambience, which fits in perfectly with the relaxing and luxurious aura of Koko. We're thrilled with the results and wish Kimberley and the team the best of luck.>
This period property dates back to 1638. The considerations in the interior design here, were to bring about a perfect harmony of elegant styling alongside the features and characteristics of this country farmhouse. With a neutral to grey colour palette, we see wool and natural textures woven cleverly throughout to bring an essence of comfortable country living to this delightful abode.>
Our interior design for this home study presents a snug, inviting space, in which to escape. In keeping with the feel of this beautiful period farmhouse we used natural fabrics to embrace a country feel, accented with masculine tones through the use of leather and a deep charcoal colour palette. The end result is a fabulous bolt-hole to relax and inspire away from the busy world.>
We brought a chic and timeless feel to the interior design for a client’s residence on an exclusive development in North Yorkshire. Our brief was to update the colour palette within this spacious home, as well as the furniture, flooring and lighting. We brought to the project a clean neutral theme throughout, adding depth with layers of texture, luxurious fabrics and high-end fixtures and fittings. The finished results made for a discerning ambience to the formal dining room and an elegant and calm aesthetic to this beautiful home.>
We were commissioned by the award winning Kingfisher Restaurant in Wakefield to create a charming and welcoming interior that reflected their high standards and friendly service.
Focusing on the restaurant, we brought out key elements of their brand through the interior design and colour scheme. Set against a contrast of natural stone, oak beams and clean white walls, we used a duck egg for the wall panelling and dining furniture to give a homely and nautical feel.
We used playful elements of the sea and land, subtly introducing the Kingfisher, to create a beautifully ‘on brand’ finish.>
We were commissioned to transform a 17th century farmhouse and attached barn into a beautifully designed family home. Working closely with the owners to adhere to tight deadlines, our process took their family lifestyle into account, along with inspiration drawn from a love of their favourite hotel on the shores of Loch Lomond. The results are a stunning and inviting home, with comfortable and classic interiors, executed with a modern twist.
Harpers Interiors was named runner up in the prestigious 'Best Room 2013' at the Northern Design Awards, for the lounge in this property.>
This luxury showhome is on Beech Farm, an exclusive development of country houses in a quaint Yorkshire village.
Our design approach was to embrace the countryside, with Harper's attention to detail in fabrics, colour palette and design statements. Our home-styling conveys a home with a luxuriously comfortable feel. Potential buyers are presented with the idea of a house they instantly fall in love with, that is aspirational, inviting, elegant and sumptuously comfortable.>
This Mediterranean Restaurant project allowed us to play with rustic elements from Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan regions, which weave alongside our calming palette of greys and signature designed elements, to add a characterful twist here and there.
A theatre kitchen provides a focal point for diners, bringing drama to the experience, contrasting with lighting that creates a warm, comforting ambience across the three floors of Aldea Restaurant and Bar, in Holmfirth.>
Thorncliffe Tasting Room is a new addition to the well-loved Thorncliffe Farm Shop in Emley, Huddersfield.
The interior design is an eclectic mix of tradition with modern British country style, to create a stylised and quirky depiction of farmhouse character. This makes for a fresh and memorable space for customers to relax in.>
We were asked to design a bedroom in this single room project and create a personality-filled space, with a distinct, vibrant sense of style.
Our design layers were brought together to form a room for the comfort, pride and self-expression of our client; with stunning results.>