Jane Churchill, Jane Churchill Interiors
Jane Churchill Interiors
  1. What inspired you to become an interior designer?

    I was brought up in a family who were interested in little else. My great aunt Nancy Lancaster was world renowned and her sister, my Grandmother, was equally talented.


  2. What areas of art and antiques are you interested in and how does this influence you at work?

    18th, 19th and 20th Century are the areas I am most interested in as I think that they fit into modern living the most easily.


  3. Are there any specific sources, trends and historical eras that you often draw inspiration from?

    I am constantly surprised by how much I find on Instagram! I follow many antique and modern furniture designers and often take items on approval for my projects. 

  4. There has been a trend towards mixing old with new in the past decade, has this helped you in your advice to clients?

    I have always mixed old and new- it gives a more lived in look!


  5. What top tip would you have for those interested in sourcing and adding antiques to their home?

    My top tip is scale! How often do you see furniture and mirrors etc that are too small for the space-be braver!