Sustainable Interiors

Sustainable mean that a material or product should be renewable and kind to the environment for its whole life cycle. Now more than ever we need to be aware of where we are shopping and what we are buying. Here are a few of my favourite sustainable pieces.

If you are launching a business selling sustainable interiors, Pippa Jameson Interiors can create a moodboard demonstrating how your products can be worked into a room scheme. This is done by using a mixture of cut-out images and working them into roomset, like below. Moodboards like this work well for the consumer as it gives them an idea of how to pull a look together.


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Linea sofa by Jenni Roininen, Nikari side table, both for Nest / Tula rug made from 100% natural undyed wool, Splendid rugs / Scrunch linen cushions, Loaf / Petite green and cream bud vase, National Trust / recycled bottle painted black / Plants; hung with handmade macrame from ebay (using natural string) / Tom Raffield oak pendant light, John Lewis (constructed using sustainable materials and ecologically sound practices)


Meet Pippa

Pippa Jameson is an author, tv designer and interiors expert. The previous interior editor on several leading UK titles, Pippa has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Throughout her 25-year career, Pippa’s unique and creative approach has won her commissions for large retail brands and celebrities to deliver exciting and engaging projects. 

She’s written the curriculum for the British College of Interior Design, produced and styled shoots for well-known brands including John Lewis, H&M & Team GB/DFS, worked as an International Stylist for leading paint brands in Asia, consulted on the launch and creative direction of major retail names including George Home and Wren, and most recently, published her first book, The Sensory Home. Pippa possesses expertise unmatched in the interior industry.