Welcome to Jane McIntyre Design

Drawing from her years in theatre, hospitality and design Jane works in both the private and the commercial sector and has been a succesful interior designer since 1980. From terraced houses for first time buyers, flats and townhouses in London, country farmhouses, large and small family houses, bachelor pads, holiday homes, cafes, hotels, boutique bed and breakfasts and hostels, all briefs are welcome!

Although all things are possible - with the exception of Magnolia walls - Jane particularly delights in the unusual and complicated brief and tries her best to inject her love of rich textiles and colour into her clients' mindset. Drawing from a large stable of suppliers and contacts, Jane is happy to rummage for as long as it takes to satisfy her clients' requirements and foibles.

Jane can find and deal with architects, surveyors, builders, decorators and landscapers. She can project manage, source furniture, furnishings and fittings or work around your own. She has a workroom offering high quality, custom made curtains, soft furnishings and upholstery and has accounts with most of the top fabric design houses in Europe. Based in the New Forest and Winchester she is happy to travel much further afield.

From Jane's Desk

Sofas by Timothy Oulton

If you’re even a casual follower of my blog, you’ll know that my interior design philosophy often leans towards the classics. Recent entries have highlighted Gothic, Georgian, and other inspirations from centuries past that have stood the test of time.  Today I’m going to highlight something that’s more of decades rather than centuries in age-old more »

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Modern Gothic is coming!

Oh my goodness, is it for real, finally it is happening and I can’t contain my excitement! So, (take a breath, steady yourself), I read somewhere this week that Modern Gothic is going to be the trend for 2018.  WOW! Pause for breath again!

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Mind The Gap Wallpaper SUCCULENTUS Anthracite Pattern

Colour and Pattern in the Home

This blog is much later coming than expected, for which I must send apologies. Same old story I’m afraid, that nasty autumn cold you get when the temperature changes and the germs just burrow in with a cough that leaves you sleepless. All I want to do in those situations – and did – is more »

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