Adam Bray is based in London and works internationally on residential and commercial design projects, as well as consulting and antique dealing. He features in House & Garden's top 100 interior designers list, and British Vogue's Secret Address Book, he has been awarded Homes and Gardens' Designer of the Year for 2021.
Known for conceiving rooms that are comfortable and unpretentious yet shot through with character and a touch of glamour, Bray has a penchant for crisp gloss finishes, rich-hued velvets and rare textiles. A background in antique dealing gives him the edge when it comes to sourcing unusual objets d’art and furniture, while he often designs bespoke furniture for his projects. All of which goes towards creating, as he puts it, ‘inviting rooms that feel like home’.
His studio comprises a regular team of six, skilled in architectutal detailing and management of projects both large and small. Notable work includes the Condé Nast lobby at Vogue House in 2019 and the original Annabel's nightclub refurbishment in 2009 as well as numerous city apartments and cubstantial country houses in the United Kingdom and abroad.
His eye for colour and pleasure in creative partnerships has been brought to bear on an eponymous colour range for Papers & Paints, and a cabinetry paint range for Plain English, the waver rug collection with Vanderhurd and an new collection of wallpaper for Hamilton Weston.
Adam has a new show space in Camden that displays an ever changing collection of furniture and objects and can be found in the online shop (here) and on instagram (here).
‘A master of impactful yet grounded interiors’ (House & Garden)
‘Bray’s passion for unusual and ethnic textiles dovetails perfectly with the interests of his clients’ (The World of Interiors)
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