Decorated Spaces

Decorated Spaces

The House & Garden Festival is delighted to announce the welcomed return of the Decorated Spaces to Olympia. This year House & Garden magazine have commissioned three interior designers from their Top 100 Designers of 2020 to design an inspirational space using their knowledge, experience and taste.

The Decorated Spaces will stimulate your inner interior designer, providing fresh ideas and inspiration to transform your living room, bathroom, bedroom or even garden!
Our three designers have extensive knowledge on design, from studying at the prestigious Inchbald School of Design to portfolios spanning across England and Europe, and interests in antique furniture to decorative design.

 

Henriette von Stockhausen


Henriette’s childhood and early years were spent surrounded by incredible antiques and at 10 years old one of her hobbies included collecting glass; so it’s no surprise Henriette ended up co-finding an interior design company that specialises in working with listed buildings, combining her knowledge on architectural history and quality craftsmanship. Henriette and VSP Interiors have been awarded many places in Top 100 Designers of the Year lists by a collection of prestigious interior publications.
 

Brandon Schubert



Young, Texan lawyer – turned interior designer, Brandon Schubert is a year into setting up his own interior design business. Although young to the interior world, Brandon’s keen eye and perfectionist approach is demonstrated beautifully in his Late-Victorian, ground-floor property he shares with his husband. Brandon resigned from his career in law to study at the Inchbald School of Design and then went on to a trial period with interior designer Ben Pentreath which turned in to three years of learning on the job.  
 

Anna Haines



Anna Haines Design
’s draw on a wide range of trusted craftsmen, suppliers and specialists to tailor each project and help realise the vision of each client. Current projects include the sensitive restoration and re-decoration of an 18th Century Vicarage in Bath; The redecoration of a Victorian property in Fulham; and assisting with the conversion of two 18th Century Flint Cottages in North Norfolk, whilst retaining the integrity and character of both.