Sixty3 London is an interior design studio based in central London. With over twenty years of combined experience in luxury interior design, directors Ginny and Charlotte work alongside a team of talented designers, architects and project managers to ensure clients receive a professional yet personal service. From the Mayfair-based studio, Sixty3 London offers a turnkey service ensuring that every detail of a project is managed from concept through to completion, delivering their signature style of elegant and timeless luxury.
Our signature style is synonymous with elegant and timeless luxury. We create liveable homes that are durable, with aesthetics made to stand the test of time. Specialising in residential interiors for private clients and developers, our team create exquisite interiors that are not only beautiful but also functional. From interior design and architecture to bespoke cabinetry and furniture design, at Sixty3 London we work closely with each client to exceed expectations.
We have just completed two wonderful projects that have been a joy to work on. The first is a beautiful Victorian, five-story townhouse in Parsons Green. This was built for family living, and we selected fabrics and finishes to reflect this. The second is a lateral and spacious family home in Hertfordshire with a grand entrance, cinema room and swimming pool.
We take our inspiration from nature and travel; our multicultural team have a breadth of talent and life experience that all help inspire our designs.
The choice of a chic colour palette and luxurious but understated design is what drew us to Chase Irwin. We have also been impressed by the quality and durability of the fabrics we specified. The design and quality of Chase Erwin’s fabrics always stand out, we love the effortless yet elegant style.
The simple white boucle Embrace is a firm favourite to add subtle texture and some pared-back luxe to a scheme.
Our director Charlotte opted for Chase Erwin fabrics in her own home, notably in her kitchen on the backs of the dining chairs where embrace cotton was combined with faux leather for added durability and Kayi Rose was used with contrast velvet piping for cushions on her daughter Ella’s bed.