Harwood Holmes is a bespoke interior design company with its showroom in Hertford, Hertfordshire.
Producing bespoke, handmade joinery for kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and media rooms, complimented by a discerning interior design service to deliver a unique tailor made project for their clients. Mark Harwood and Beverley Spyer Holmes having worked closely together on numerous luxurious projects, have bought together their experience and expertise to create Harwood Holmes. Mark and Beverley have valued experience as interior architects and can offer the best advice and ideas how to redesign/remodel your property. Our Interior Design Service compliments every project with advice on the best finishes, accessories, colours and will help you with the floor choices, lighting and additional furniture within the room. Our attention to detail and discerning eye for colour create stunning results.
Mark’s career started as an architect. This solid base gave him the knowledge and foundation to apply to design within the bespoke joinery market. Mark has spent most of the years in the kitchen design industry. The pinnacle of his career was managing for Clive Christian Furniture the flagship store in Knightsbridge, London, during which time he designed and executed beautiful living concepts for a discerning clientele. Mark uses this wealth of expertise and experience in the luxury brand market to create a new concept business closer to home and achieve quality bespoke interiors not confined by the regimented structure that larger joinery companies can only offer. Working with the previous Clive Christian workshop, based in UK, Mark is producing unique design concepts for each and every project.
Hertfordshire based interior designer Beverley Spyer Holmes has dominated the interiors industry for over 20 years concentrating her wealth of knowledge and expertise in the high end residential market. Beverley’s interiors reflect her clients aspirations and practical needs whilst creating spaces that are utterly beautiful. Having graduated from The Inchbald School of Design her career has taken her through all aspects of interior work both residential and commercial. Beverley has been a member of the British Institute of Interior Designers (BIID) for 20 years. Her main drive within the industry is to regulate the profession for qualified designers and in doing so was invited on the board as a founder Director of the Society of British Interior Designers (SBID); Financial Director of Decorus Furniture and currently is a judge for the Northern Design Chapter.