Alice Crawley Portrait

“Every space needs to be brought to life”

Alice’s approach to design stems from a simple belief that every space needs to be brought to life. That a room’s purpose is not just its function or the way it looks but its character. And it is bringing that character to life that makes a space a home.

Having begun her career in fashion, studying at Saint Martin’s before founding and running her own label ‘Wondaland’ for six years, Alice’s move to interiors carries with it the ability to imagine, create and make as well as to source, arrange and organise.

The other distinctive element to Alice’s story and style is the 14 years she spent living in Hong Kong and Saigon which helped foster a love of chinoiserie with chintz and a deep understanding of fabrics, patterns and prints. This fusion of western aesthetic with eastern design brings an original element to Alice’s approach and her ability to bring any canvas of space to life.

A colourful Notting Hill house

Influenced by a decade of living in south-east Asia.

“Her experience of living in bland rental houses in south-east Asia left Alice Crawley with a craving to use colour and pattern. Her London house tells the story of her time in Hong Kong and Vietnam, and the fun she had with colour when she returned.”

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Alice Crawley Portrait

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