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E-Design Service

Our e-design offering is an approachable and convenient alternative to a full interior design service.

It’s a fully virtual service which gives you access to our expertise all from the comfort of your own home. It’s for those who are looking for design direction but are happy to implement the work themselves in their own time.

Styling Shelves

Styling shelves can be a great way to display your personality and add interest to a room. Here are some top tips when it comes to styling.

Styling shelves can be a great way to display your personality and add interest to a room. Here are some top tips when it comes to styling.

The Mount House

The Mount House is a grand and elegant Georgian property that required a sophisticated and cohesive redesign. Anna worked closely with the owners to ensure that the finished design reflected her unique style and preferences, while still maintaining the historical integrity of the property.

Hawk House

The property is a stunning contemporary new build, with floor to ceiling glazing across the entire rear face of the house, giving spectacular views across the Oxfordshire countryside. Moss Living Interiors was instructed to design the entire 5,000 square foot property just outside Henley-on-Thames.

Shop our carefully curated prints

Bring your home to life with these beautiful framed prints, from botanical prints to classic animal prints, made using British suppliers for every component.

Contemporary Kensington

Moss Living Interiors’ design instructions were to furnish this townhouse’s eight flats throughout so that they could be ready for immediate occupation by guests and new tenants. The brief was to create a contemporary interior in keeping with the property’s classical heritage that would appeal to a broad audience.

A Rural Pub just outside Henley-on-Thames

Moss Living Interiors was appointed to design and install new premium guest rooms at The Bottle & Glass Inn in Binfield Heath, just outside of Henley. Our brief was to create several rooms that were in keeping with the pretty, thatched rural pub, yet contemporary, each with their own distinctive character.