For clients in search of handsome interiors, moody colors and deep comfort, Douglas Mackie tops the list. He’s brilliant at integrating serious art collections, skilfully blending them against beautifully conceived backgrounds.
‘My philosophy is to create a perfect balance between furniture, art and sculpture,’ he says. He also has his own line of chic furniture, Douglas Mackie Collection.
Douglas Mackie is one of the UK’s top interior designers and has been featured on the House and Garden Magazine’s “leading 100 designers” list for the last 15 years. Based in Marylebone, in Central London, Douglas Mackie Design has many years of experience working at the very highest end of the international market. They are currently working on large-scale commissions in London, France, and the Middle East.
A classic double fronted stucco house, Douglas Mackie created an essentially modern interior, based around our clients’ art collection. Antique and modern are combined; a custom made furniture set alongside antiques.
As a graduate in Architecture from Cambridge University, his company’s work is marked by a deep underlying knowledge of the history of art and interior design, creating richly layered interiors for highly discerning clientele.
Contemporary art, antique textiles and custom made furniture combine to create a sophisticated and comfortable home. – Marylebone bu Douglas Mackie Design
Douglas has a sophisticated ability to use antiques and unique pieces of twentieth-century furniture with fabrics that have a wonderful twist of texture and colour,’ says textiles designer Christine Van Der Hurd
Douglas Mackie has a great portfolio full of luxurious interiors that have a well-balanced mix of styles.
A richly coloured house, the deep indigo blues and magenta pinks of the furnishings resonate in the southern light. Antique textiles and tribal art create a strong but essentially informal interior. – Provence, by Douglas Mackie Design
Douglas Mackie Design created this luxurious interior with contemporary furniture by Mattia Bonetti, Fredrikson and Stallard, set on Copper rugs.
Douglas Mackie mostly traditional spaces are filled with antiques yet there are modern surprises in furnishings and artwork. This melange of styles keeps the spaces from being too stuffy and classic, and his selection of beautiful rich colours and textures adds to the sophisticated look. We Look foward for his future projects!
Featured Image: © Douglas Mackie
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