UK Interior Awards

Judges

 

The 2019 judging panel...

 
 
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Jane Rockett and Lucy St George

Self-acknowledged design junkies and close friends, Jane Rockett and Lucy St George launched the quirky, eclectic and expressive home interiors emporium, Rockett St George in 2007. Twelve years on and their online interiors store has grown beyond their wildest dreams with a fabulous team of over 30 people, 3500 products (including a range of own-design products), an outlet store, a concession at Liberty London, an award-winning blog and their first interior design book: Extraordinary Interiors. To this day, Jane and Lucy continue to treasure hunt across the world in search of unique, glamorous, eclectic, witty and rock ‘n’ roll home accessories, furniture, lighting, kitchenware, art and gifts that will inspire others to create a magical and extraordinary home. 

Caroline Rowland

As founding editor of independent interior and lifestyle title, 91 Magazine, it’s safe to say that Caroline has a pretty great eye for impossibly stylish interiors – particularly those with an element of creativity. Her book, The Shopkeepers Home, explores inspirational homes belonging to indie store owners, and her blog, Patchwork Harmony, is oozing with top interior ideas. Caroline is also a freelance writer and picture editor, and has worked with In The Moment magazine and Mollie Makes magazine, plus brands including Dulux, Farrow & Ball and Smeg.

Pippa Jameson

Having worked in the interiors industry for 19 years (as a stylist, an art director, a consultant and a TV personality), there’s nothing Pippa doesn’t know about creating an ideal abode. She is founder and director of Pippa Jameson Interiors, a styling company that creates and produces fabulous shoots, and has worked with magazines including Good Homes and Best. She has also collaborated with brands such as George Home, Next and DFS.



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Katie Woods

Dentist, mum of four and winner of the Most Inspiring Social Channels category in the 2018 awards, Katie is best known for her enviable Instagram feed (@comedowntothewoods) where she shares behind-the-scenes snaps of her home updates at ‘The Peach Palace’. Her blogging and Instagram journey began two years ago with a huge renovation project which resulted in many exciting opportunities, including the chance to contribute to the Livingetc website and launch UK interiors club, No House Rules, alongside Amy Wilson.

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Amy Wilson

Co-founder of UK interiors club, No House Rules, Amy is a style-obsessed mother of three with a passion for interiors and the mighty north. Using her background in PR and marketing she has grown a community of like-minded interior lovers – otherwise known as members of the No House Rules Mob – and co-hosts sell-out events, alongside Katie Woods.
She has a thriving Instagram feed (@thisstyle_rocks), where she allows followers a peek into her pattern-filled and super-cool home.

 

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Anna Hayman

Known for her statement lampshades and elegant, eye-grabbing prints, Anna is the creative powerhouse behind luxury interiors brand Anna Hayman Designs. Chiefly a print designer, she creates products from her intricate patterns, including the aforementioned fringed lampshades, wallpaper, cushions and velvet fabrics. Anna’s designs are stocked in Liberty London and Rockett St George, and she has previously collaborated with Matthew Williamson and River Island.