Clare Morton has worked in the creative and design industries for over 15 years, setting up her own design consultancy in 2012. The team at Studio Morton work on both private and commercial projects mainly in London and more recently in other areas of the UK.
Studio Morton’s mission is to work with their clients’ thoughts and ideas to create spaces that are beautiful, inspiring and that make sense to the people who use them. Creativity, attention to detail and professional expertise are the key ingredients to achieving these spaces combined with a positive approach and a big smile.
Recognised by the interior design industry since the consultancy was set up, Studio Morton’s Notting Hill House features in the November 2014 issue of Homes and Gardens magazine. Recent work has featured in the London Evening Standard and The Metro. Studio Morton’s design scheme at the prestigious Embassy Gardens development in Central London has been nominated for Best Interior Design at the 2016 First Time Buyer Awards previous award nominations include the What House? Best Interior Design Award.
In March 2016 Clare was invited to collaborate with Tesco as the interior design expert for the “Tesco Home Helps” makeover commercial and Twitter campaign. She has also appeared in a BBC film about gender equality in the creative industries and in 2013 was filmed for an interview about her own home for the Housing Design Awards.
Under Clare’s direction, Studio Morton continues to grow and embrace new opportunities in all areas of spatial design.