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.

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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.

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Malvern Family Home

Country / Great Malvern

Malvern Family Home

This whole home renovation took us to a small town in the Malvern Hills and reacquainted us with a family for whom we'd designed for a few years prior.

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Teddington Riverside

City / Teddington

Teddington Riverside

At Sims Hilditch, we do very much enjoy working on properties whose architecture falls at both ends of the design spectrum, from heritage country homes to more modern apartments.

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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.

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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.

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

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