Period Property Renovation

Lindi Reynolds were appointed as Interior Designers to this Regency style, 4 bedroom home in Twickenham, south west London. The design consultation, followed by the project management of the entire home make-over, was undertaken within an aggressive timeline of 4 months.


The entire process covering architectural interior remodelling, physical structural change and refurbishment to client hand-over was broken into two phases. The first two months were dedicated to design and client work-shopping to establish style orientation and materials specification throughout. The result, at the end of the initial two month period, was a clear plan for execution, established across all three floors of the property and for every room of the house.


The final two months of the programme were dedicated to internal remodelling, decorative transformation and installation of 4 new bathrooms, cabinetry in most rooms, radiator, cornice installation, new floor coverings throughout and acquisition of suitable antique pieces to create the beautiful home that our wonderful clients had their hearts and minds set on.

‘It was a pleasure working with Lindi and her team.  They were tasked with a very ambitious project, to renovate an entire house in three months, including some structural work, and were able to achieve this through meticulous planning, first class preparation and good contractors.  The creative sessions were a lot of fun, choosing decorative schemes, colours, wall paper, designing rooms and furniture plans and Lindi was a wonderful facilitator with bags of great ideas as well as common sense to temper some of the more mad ideas that we had!  But where you really find out about people is when things go wrong.  Luckily for us nothing went badly awry, but the hairy moments that one inevitably experiences in a major refurbishment were handled with professional calm and creative solutions.  The Lindi Reynolds team looked after our project as if it was their own home, and you can’t ask more than that.’


Jacqueline Roberts and Richard Swan