Emma Meadows has over 20 years experience within the fashion and design industry. Showing natural flair and creativity, and with a passion for design and textiles, it was no surprise that Emma graduated with distinction from the highly acclaimed London College of Fashion.
Her early years were spent at Thomas Pink developing and launching their first “Women’s Collection”, as well as overseeing the interior design and merchandising of their flagship store in Sloane Street. She has also held the position of design consultant for the prestigious launch of the “Jasmine De’Milo” range in Harrods for Jasmine Al Fayed.
Following Emma’s relocation to Kent she has undertaken various major projects, some of which can be viewed on her website. Of special importance to Emma, was her commission to undertake the refurbishment of the Officers Mess at Chatham Barracks prior to the visit of HRH Queen Elizabeth.
Big is not always the only thing that is beautiful, as Emma is equally excited when developing single room concepts or even advising on a simple pair of curtains. She can also offer advise on wallpapers, paints, trimmings and the appropriate style for the right location.
Emma’s design aspirations revolve around providing a high quality design that will last a lifetime, working with leading international suppliers of fabrics and furniture.