Adam Bray is based in London and works internationally on residential and commercial interior design projects, consulting, and antique dealing. His involvement in a project can be as simple as a conversation about transforming a single room or as involved as the full specification for a large-scale project.
The studio comprises a floating team of six skilled in architectural detailing and project management with an unparalleled address book of consultants and specialists to call on drawn from over 30 years of working on interesting projects.
Notable work includes several years working on the interiors of the original Annabel's group of clubs, the refurbishment of the lobby of Vogue House for Conde Nast as well as numerous city apartments and substantial country houses in the United Kingdom, Marrakesh, and the USA.
His eye for colour and enjoyment of creative partnerships has been brought to bear on an eponymous colour range for Papers & Paints, two collections of cabinet colours for Plain English, the waver rug collection with Vanderhurd and a new collection of wallpaper for Hamilton Weston. 2023 sees the launch of a collection of fitted carpets with Peter Page Carpets and a substantial collection of fabrics for Soane Britain. He writes a weekly column for the ES magazine ‘interior motive’ about his experiences at work and advice on aspects of decorating.
The shop in Camden displays an ever changing collection of furniture and objects which can be found in the online shop (here) and on Instagram (here) and is a great resource for collectors and dealers alike.
‘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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