Welcome to Andrea Breuer-Weil Interiors

My first objective when I meet you is to listen.

Armed with your brief, my goal is to create a warm and welcoming space that reflects your personality and in which you feel comfortable.   I believe your interior should look effortless and be beautiful, but also be a practical space that suits your needs, lifestyle and budget.

I’m here to inspire you, to facilitate your vision, to remove the confusion from the market and the stress from the decision making.   I don’t want to impose my taste, but to work with you and guide you to achieve your goal.

Our interiors

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Industrial Chic

For this full house refurbishment,  the client required help with the internal decor.  Paint colours, wood flooring, tiles and lighting were specified throughout, as well as the worktop and ironmongery for the kitchen.  The client was delighted with the bathroom wallpaper, which she says she would never have chosen alone!  We completed the look with throws and scatter cushions for her bedroom.

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Bijoux bathroom

The brief for this bathroom renovation included a free- standing bath, wall- hung basin unit and loo with concealed cistern, all to be fitted into a tiny space.  The room previously featured an old-fashioned built-in bath, a pedestal basin and a tired colour scheme of cream and brown.  With a brightly lit niche and all-white scheme with gorgeous oversized marble mosaic,  this has become an uplifting,  bright little jewel of a bathroom!

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Danish Summer House Refurbishment

Danish Summer House Refurbishment

The original interior of this single storey house was dark and gloomy with a curved pine clad ceiling concealing the original rafters.
After exposing these along with some original brickwork, adding a thatched roof and painting the entire interior in white, the space was transformed into a bright, bleached out, airy space.  Simple furniture, flea market finds and a neutral palette lend calm.

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Bathroom refurbishment

The Art Deco bathroom in the French retreat of Edward VIII and Mrs Simpson was the inspiration for this design.  The focus is on the strongly patterned marble slabs cladding the walls, floor and vanity unit.  Mirrored doors and panels echo rather than copy Art Deco.  The look achieved is glamorous and indulgent with an oversized bath and extra large shower cubicle.

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North West London Kitchen design

North West London Home

This project involved the complete renovation of an Arts and Crafts home.  Original period features were retained as far as possible, but walls and woodwork were painted in one colour to blank these details, rather than highlight them.  Matt textures, raw wood and calm colours were used throughout with lots of bespoke cabinetry designed to display the owners’ collected objects and books.

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