Katie Malik Interiors is an award-winning Cambridge and London based interior design studio, specialising in private residential, developments & hospitality interiors. We create exceptional spaces taking a holistic view of the way individuals use and enjoy the space. We create sophisticated, efficient and timeless design solutions. Our expertise extends across all stages of design and construction, ensuring each project is finished to the highest level of quality.
Founder & Director
Katie trained at the Chelsea College of Arts and expanded her knowledge and hands-on experience in residential interior design, assisting on projects in New York, Chicago and London before setting up the practice in 2014. Inspired by colours, the interplay between symmetry and asymmetry and wellbeing, Katie’s aim is to bring authenticity to each project. Her work has received a lot of recognition and been awarded by Lux and UK Property Awards. Katie’s work has been featured in the Ideal Home Magazine and Houzz editorial articles. She’s appeared on the d-list 2019, the definitive list of ones to watch in the world of kitchen and bathroom design and has also been a finalist of the Grand designs live in 2018.
Head of CGI
Peter has trained in IT at the University of Information Technology and Management, and creates beautiful, photorealistic computer-generated imagery of the spaces we design for our clients.
Aneta trained in Interior Design in Retail Environment at the London College of Communication and is simply a natural born designer, with a big passion for bringing to life an artistic vision for work and living spaces, focusing on the design interaction, the influence and impact the space design has on its users, as well as seeing out a project from conception to creation.
Junior Interior designer
Jo trained at the National Design Academy. Jo’s main focus is to holistically design spaces that stimulate all the senses and create the mood that is appropriate for the room. Jo’s interior design influences come from many years of travelling around the world. Staying at many hotels,
she was struck by how all the senses are affected by light, colour, sound and scent in a space, and how these elements affect the mood of the people in that space.