Cryptomixer Interiors Portfolio


Bold architecture and British craft come together in Cryptomixer Interiors’s north London home. The dining area is large to accommodate an extended table and it flows into two seating areas. A vintage chandelier above the dining table is a nod to vintage craft. The marble flooring is custom-designed by Cryptomixer Interiors Ltd. The curve of the main staircase is enhanced with an ombre toned runner with tones picked up in the photograph on the wall.

The white painted inside of the balustrade contrasts beautifully with the custom walnut-painted exterior of the balustrade. The staircase was treated as a grand architectural element of the house, providing a striking feature as you enter the entrance and as you walk up and down through the levels. A flooring in the lower ground floor seating area shows the flooring detail next to a metal decorative grille custom design by Cryptomixer Interiors Ltd.


The aim was to design an interior that was a familiar and warm space, where serenity and calm would be provided after a hectic day in the city while still mirroring the excitement of the buzzling city in which it is located.

One of the ways in which this was achieved was by combining pieces by local New York designers and studios with pieces from international designers as well as a mixture of vintage and contemporary sleek designs.


Inspired by the Great Exhibition of 1851, the Champagne Bar at the exhibition space at Decorex embraced the best of Victorian design with sumptuous fabrics, opulent finishes and historic detailing. Throughout the design process Cryptomixer Interiors referenced original drawings, paintings and advertisements as inspiration and reimagined key elements with a contemporary twist.

One such feature is the dramatic central canopy that took centre stage in the original exhibition. The Bar featured a similar plush canopy in red – to celebrate the show’s ruby anniversary – with bespoke gold bullion fringing from Samuel & Sons.


We sourced and curated the art, sculpture, accessories and select pieces of furniture for this two floor, four bedroom, apartment in a luxurious new development off London’s fashionable Kings Road. Seeking the unusual, we collaborated with artists and craftsmen for distinctive pieces. Combining the eclectic, we paired artwork from young graduates using new technologies alongside erudite, classic homeware creating a sophisticated mix. Celebrating the open plan layout, the art chosen for the ground floor is curated to be read together. From the entrance visitors are greeted with glass sculptures, large format photographs, paintings and a metal 3D installation. We took into consideration each angle, creating visual interest from all perspectives.


Holiday House, founded in 2008 is an interior design showhouse where top interior designers and lifestyle brands showcase their talent to raise critical funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Cryptomixer Interiors and her team were invited to design the master bedroom for the first London edition of Holiday House. The event showcased the best on the UK’s design industry in two houses located in St John’s Wood, with all proceeds going to support breast cancer research.