“Interiors should enhance the lives and sensibilities of those who live there, reflecting their taste in fashion, art and books. I can’t bear impersonal interiors.”
~ Emma Burns
Emma Burns trained with Charles Hammond before joining Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler in 1984.? Emma ran the Brook Street fabric showroom and worked with Roger Banks-Pye before establishing her own interior design team.
Inspired by her love of art and design, Emma is an avid collector of new ideas seen and noted on her worldwide travels. Her ability to absorb the new and to re-interpret it in a classically elegant context has won her an international following of new and returning clients.
Emma has worked on high-profile private commissions all over the world, including a villa in Mustique, town houses in Moscow and Paris, a chateau near Nice, chalets in Switzerland, as well as numerous town and country houses in the United Kingdom.