Meet Nina Campbell: respected interior designer, internationally renown visionary, and this week’s Designer Highlight of the Week!
Ms. Campbell has certainly earned her reputation, and it is her brilliant sense of style paired with her ability to work in both a contemporary and a traditional setting that has me thrilled to be sharing her work with you this week.
Her years of experience began when she was nineteen years old and working for John Fowler at Sybil Colefax & John Fowler. With such enthusiasm and interest in interior design, she soon found herself owning her own decorating business, and shortly thereafter designing a castle in Scotland and sophisticated members’ clubs in London.
Furthering her creative mind, Ms. Campbell is also the creator of an inspiring collection of fabrics and wallpapers, which are distributed internationally. Her projects can be seen both commercially and residentially, across borders and over seas. Her work is always a reflection of the owners and their lifestyles, incorporating existing furniture or antique pieces into a newly designed room for that extra touch.
Going through her portfolio of work was an adventure in itself! Here are some of my favorite designs by Nina Campbell–ones I think will add a spark to your designer’s mind…
These porches are fantastic! I love using mine as an excuse to watch thunderstorms… sitting on a beautiful porch and watching the skies is better than paying $11 for a movie, that’s for sure!
Wow, thanks so much for this. I never knew that color matters with special needs children. Thanks for bringing forth such an important topic.
The word “preppy” is often, and unfortunately, used within the same breath as the word “boring.” However, in my opinion, the preppy style means more than just hum drum sophistication… and here are a few reasons why!