"It is our job to make sure the client enjoys the process of designing their home. Our attention to detail, relationships with suppliers, design knowledge and of course our creative eye, leaves our clients free to do just that."
Led by design duo, Georgina Magowan and Lisa Holliday, Studio 73 Design creates stylish and unique interiors that reflect each clients’ personality and lifestyle. With studio’s in both London and the Cotswolds, the team work on projects throughout the UK and abroad.
Placing the relationship with the client at the forefront of everything they do, the team spend time getting to know the client in order to create a home that is not only stylish but in harmony with the way the client lives.
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Georgina grew up in Oxfordshire and moved to London to focus on her career in Interior Design over 18 years ago. Having studied at klc School of Interior Design, Georgina has been involved on both the supplier side and client side, working for the likes of Rui Ribeiro, Taylor Howes, Madeline Weinrib and Hugh Leslie.
Georgina founded Studio 73 Design 6 years ago, and having previously worked with Lisa at Hugh Leslie Design, 2 years ago asked Lisa to join forces; knowing first hand what a great attribute Lisa would be to the studio.
Georgina’s focus within the business is on the space planning side of things; helping clients to design their homes in such a way that best meets their needs as individuals. Good space planning and the specification of high quality finishes and fittings is paramount to the success of any aesthetic that follows.
Having lived in London for many years Lisa now heads up the Cheltenham office and whilst regular trips to London for sourcing and meetings keep her city cravings under wraps, she loves the Cotswold countryside and surrounding areas. Having now fully immersed herself in village life with her husband, little girl and two cats, she is living the best of both worlds.
Lisa’s love of colour and pattern led her to study textile design at degree level and she attributes this training to her ability to seamlessly combine interesting textures, colour and patterns within her schemes.
Having worked in the interior design industry for over 10 years she trained with soft furnishing specialists Cameron Broom and for many years with leading interior designer Hugh Leslie, working on many London properties, a New York townhouse and a large country estate.