Interior design for elegant, contemporary English living.

At Sims Hilditch we know that good design can transform not only how you live, but how you feel. By creating characterful, beautiful and intelligent interiors, we empower our clients to radically improve the quality of their lives.

Interiors

View all Interiors
Georgian Rectory

Country / Oxfordshire

Georgian Rectory

Set in the gorgeous Oxfordshire countryside, this manor house and adjoining chapel are a beautiful example of classical Georgian architecture.

Read more

New Forest Manor House

Country / New Forest

New Forest Manor House

Situated at the end of a long tree lined driveway, this beautiful home is a fine example of late Victorian architecture.

Read more

Parson's Green Townhouse

City / London

Parson's Green Townhouse

The design story behind this three-storey Victorian terraced property in Fulham’s Parsons Green district begins much before decoration.

Read more

16th Century Family Manor

Country / Cotswolds

16th Century Family Manor

Dating back to 1555 this beautiful Grade II listed property has both an impressive history and a fascinating human story.

Read more

Show more

Who we are


LUXURY INTERIOR DESIGN

Founded by Emma Sims-Hilditch in 2009, the Sims Hilditch design practice has become one of the most trusted and respected in the industry. Our couture approach combines interior architecture, interior design and project management within one concept-to-completion, fully bespoke service.

Find out more


Latest Journal Posts

Monthly musings about life, design, news and trends in the industry.

Exterior shot of Teddington on the riverside with beautiful autumn trees and boats
Large guest bedroom with floral curtains and a light blue and natural colour scheme
Room Entrance with a dark wood side table holding a bright yellow round ceramic table lamp with a blue and yellow patterned lamp shade

Request Our Brochure

If you would like to receive our latest brochure please click the "request a brochure" button below and provide your email address in the form displayed.

Alternatively, you can view both Volume I and II by following the links below.