kate hume interiors

is a designer and stylist renowned for her extraordinary glass vases, and her partnership in the design company Birdman Furniture. I have posted about her gorgeous vases before but never have shown her interior design work. Kate’s interior projects for international clients are simple and luxurious while celebrating her signature eclectic style and use of colour. Above and below you can see image of a project Kate did for a client in France.

Set in the rolling hills of South West France, the interior of this 17th Century manor house has been completely re-designed to maximize space and light. Contemporary furniture from , mixed with vintage finds and classic upholstery combine to create a relaxed holiday atmosphere and an inspiring environment. A large kitchen and living space with an open hearth is a charming and practical setting for year-round entertaining.

Kate’s work has been showcased in museums and exhibitions world wide and featured in many international publications including Architectural Digest, Elle Decoration and Metropolitan Home. Please visit to see more of her work.

8 Responses to kate hume interiors

  1. Beautiful images, so simple and basic but in the same way very stylish.

  2. little genious! looks great!

  3. The use of space is very nice in those images. Great post.

  4. Love the wooden tables! Actually…the use of wood in all the images is quite impressive.

  5. +2 on the wooden tables in the first picture. Love the dark brown then light brown. Two of the same color wouldn’t have been as fun.

  6. Clean, polished and sleek wood. Love the white walls with the tiling on the floors. Beautifully designed home.

  7. Absolutely beautiful. Love the ceiling beams with the modern accents.

  8. That’s not work she did for a client- but rather her own house… a old French country house they renovated- it was featured in Architectural Digest several months ago. Where they talk about the furniture- including those wonderful tables- that were designed for the house.

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