Todhunter Earle Interiors is a duet between Emily Todhunter and Kate Earle backed by two architectural designers, four interior designers, two accountants, and three product designers. Emily Todhunter began her career as a specialist painter, but launched her interior design career after being commissioned to design the New York nightclub Au Bar in 1988. After that, she became well known for designing hip London clubs and restaurants. She was joined by Kate Earle in 1998, who became partner, adding a new dimension to the company, and elevating it to more broadly-based design. Their client list includes Emilio Pucci, Moet and Chandon Bar, Sissinghurst Castle, Mansion Bel Air, a 37-m. sailing yacht, and a laundry list of London hotels and restaurants. They also have a collection of lighting, wallpaper, rugs, furniture, carpets, and fabrics. They tend to lean towards traditional designs with a muted palette. Not exactly what I would call inventive, but beautiful and tranquil nonetheless.
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