About

Jane Churchill's interior design work has made her a household name both at home and abroad. Unlike many interior designers who work from a specific style, Jane combines classic and contemporary elements so that each project is unique and personal to the client. Each design project is treated completely individually; Jane and her team believe in working closely with their clients in order to meet every requirement and creating a comfortable home is the most important aspect of their work. The business offers a complete interior design service and this is essentially limitless - including liaising with architects, builders and specialist companies; creating colour schemes and organising furniture and electrics; supplying curtains, carpets, upholstery and joinery and sourcing antiques, lighting and decorative/household items as well as picture hanging, house moving and final installation. Jane Churchill Interiors is a limited company, of which Jane is the sole shareholder and overall Director. The business is located at 81 Pimlico Road, London where it has been based since 1975.

Our Team

Jane Churchill

Jane is internationally renowned for both her classically elegant interiors and her contemporary flair. Throughout her career, Jane has completed a huge range of projects and her expertise has been called upon to work with everything from London townhouses, country homes, restaurants, a box at Ascot racecourse and even the interior of a Rolls Royce! Jane’s vast portfolio also includes countless oversees projects; the USA, Australia, the Caribbean and China have all played host to Jane and her team.With a 48-programme television series under her belt and books published on both sides of the Atlantic, Jane has made a name for herself as one of the world’s go-to interior designers. Her design motto? Rules are made to be broken...where appropriate.



Sylvia Deakin

Sylvia initially trained with Merlin Pennink and Adrian Owers, before joining Colefax & Fowler. In 1986, Sylvia joined Jane Churchill’s design team. Over the years, Sylvia has been responsible for a large array of projects, from London residences (including various apartments at Kensington Palace) and country houses to a private bank in Geneva and a chateau in Bordeaux. Sylvia enjoys repeat work from many of her clients, a testament to her eye for design.



Amanda Bishop

Amanda won the Young Designer of the Year Award from The Inchbald School of Design in 1986 and enjoyed a hugely successful career working for the Royal Family in Brunei, where she lived for five years designing homes in Southeast Asia and California. She joined Jane Churchill upon her return in 1999 and since then has continued to work on international luxury residences in Russia, Qatar, France, Switzerland, Portugal and the U.S. Amanda’s favourite colour is blue and the Jane Churchill team call her Aquamanda (her favourite shade) as not only does she wear it a lot but she also incorporates it into a lot of her schemes.



Selina Buxton

Selina studied both Interior Design and Architecture, before beginning her career at Laura Ashley. After this fast paced design role Selina moved on to working on high end classic interiors from London town houses and country homes to a series of presidential hotel suites in Saudi Arabia, before joining the Jane Churchill team in 2015. Selina's love for classic design extends to her favourite mode of transport, her bicycle. Built in the '20s, it doesn't get her anywhere fast but it does get her there in style. Or so she thinks!



Imogen Blears

Imogen, our latest addition to the team graduated with a BA in History of Art before undertaking an internship at Sotheby’s in the English Furniture Department. Her combined love for art and antiques channelled her vision towards a career in Interior Design. After a year in fabrics with renowned French brand, Pierre Frey, she joined the Jane Churchill team. Imogen now handles the company’s press and PR alongside assisting the designers in sourcing and fabric scheming.



Serena Brockbank

Serena has worked in Interior Design since the 70s for names such as George Spencer, Elizabeth Eaton and Colefax & Fowler. She initially worked for Jane for six years in the 80s before leaving to further her love of art and antiques at Christies, where she was for eleven years. Once her son was old enough, she returned to interior design, and to Jane. Often now however accompanied by her two terrier assistants, Maisie and Daphne who love to sit and pose in the window.