Mews Interior Design


Six Bedrooms to Dream About this Winter

You've had a hectic festive season, the nights are long and that January slump is well into it's maturity. Many people accross London choose to spend more time in bed hiding away from these cold and rainy winter months.


One-to-one with Residents at Ennismore Mews

Neighbourly enthusiasm, green fingers and creative vision sprung into life this year amongst the residential community of Ennismore Mews.


One-to-one with India & Rohan

‘Upside down you’re turning me’ - the Marylebone mews seen in a new light, giving love instinctively to its happy owners, puppy and piano



At the end of each year we publish articles in Mews News reviewing the last twelve months and predictions for what to expect over the coming year. To do this we scrutinise information gleaned from dozens of sources including the Land Registry, Rightmove, Lonres, Dataloft,, the press, and of course our own results. The […]


Party room or chilled-out hideaway? It’s all up on the roof

From intimate hideaways to chic, contemporary open spaces, mews houses can offer a surprising amount of outdoor space. 


Stylish staircase designs from mews experts Lurot Brand

Interior design innovations – such as the stylish and compact staircases showcased here – have revolutionised the space and light available inside many mews properties.
A mews in bloom


4 mews property planting tips to transform your outdoor space

Spring may be a little late this year, but it won’t be long before London’s mews streets come alive with colour, as the flowering bulbs planted in window boxes and pots suddenly burst into life.
Hyde Park Mews


Surprisingly spacious: mews living rooms that have it all

Many mews properties are not only light, bright and flawlessly designed for modern living, they also offer surprisingly spacious interiors. Discover more on:
Stripped brick walls, carriage house doors, cobbles, narrow doorways and potted greenery are characteristic features of authentic mews houses, built in Central London as working, functional units.


How traditional is your London mews house?

Here’s something to muse over: how do you identify a traditional mews house when so many properties these days might be described as a “mews”?


Door traits’ trend reveals Central London’s most photogenic facades

There’s a new Instagram trend taking over from diners taking pictures of their dinner plates
This refurbished double bedroom Notting Hill mews home features a large skylight, wide windows letting in ample natural light and wooden flooring. Residents are just minutes away from fashionable cafés, bars and boutiques


Creating light in a London mews conversion

Residents living in pretty-as-a-picture period cottages located on quiet, cobbled streets enjoy the benefits of a fantastic community spirit rarely found in the capital these days. 


Add exterior appeal when selling your home this spring

Spring is in the air and we’re entering a traditionally busy period in the buying and selling calendar
This Marylebone mews house near Regent’s Park has been cleverly refurbished to create a bright, spacious reception room


Marylebone property gets a spring in its step

A recent article in the Financial Times, quoting London’s leading estate agents, has reported an ‘uptick’ in property activity during the final quarter of 2016, leading to renewed hopes for a busy spring.
This contemporary three bedroom Notting Hill mews features a spacious reception room, with , wooden flooring, feature walls and natural light from a cleverly positioned skylight


Year of the modern London mews

Whatever your personal take on 2016 (as the year of Brexit, Trump and the loss of a pantheon of much-loved celebrities), this was the year that London’s innovative mews conversions received the acknowledgement they’ve long deserved.


Who needs a hotel? Squeeze in a home spa!

Hotel-style living is a major trend at the moment, and the residential property market has been quick to pick up on homebuyers’ desire to enjoy the same kind of pampering treatments they could expect in a five star hotel, in their own homes
Cobbled Denbigh Close in Notting Hill is a short walk from exclusive dining and shopping


Traditional London mews make unique homes

When you’re choosing a home from half a world away, it’s even more important to get the details right. Here are some points to consider when deciding where to live


Time to ditch this unquestioned interior design rule?

As we visit London’s most sought-after mews properties, conducting valuations and offering viewings, it’s always interesting to note the way interior designers use colour in response to the amount of natural light available in each room


Imagine yourself at home in this stylish mews house

With daylight pouring in from carefully-placed roof lights, clever screening of open-plan areas, use of mirrors to reflect natural light and design features that flow with the shape of the room, it’s a pleasure to view housetohome


Mewsings on what makes a great mews home

Bold colours, a profusion of pots, iron balconies, colourful window boxes


Mews homes – Traditional yet comfortably modern!

If a classic residence with modern luxury appeals, consider a London mews


Looking for a fairy-tale London home? A Victorian mews will fulfil your dreams

For a picturesque home in the heart of prime Central London, we recommend viewing a Victorian mews

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