Two of the UK’s leading interior design firms, Latham Interiors and Eton Design, have come together to create Etons of Bath, with a new showroom set to open on Walcot Street next month.
Sarah Latham founded Latham Interiors in 2010 who quickly gained a reputation for being the UK’s foremost Georgian interior design specialists and has worked on listed and significant Georgian projects nationwide over the last 11 years.
Eton Design, a renowned interior design practice, showroom and curtain workshop based in Bath and founded seven years ago by Peter Higgins, has worked with a number of residential and leisure projects in London and the West Country.
The focus for the newly-formed Etons of Bath is to provide advice, design, window dressings and product procurement to create and embellish classically inspired interiors. Its ethos combines a personable and expert approach with an obsession for customer service and design quality.
Services for residential, commercial and hospitality customers include, full interior design, from design concepts, space planning, procurement and installation to mentoring and sourcing as well as curtain making and upholstery on site in Bath to help customers achieve the best possible results.
On the 4th September, the flagship Etons of Bath studio, showroom and curtain and upholstery workshop located at 108 Walcot Street in Bath will open following an extensive refurbishment of the original space and will showcase a brand new look and feel together with the largest selection of fabrics and wall-coverings west of Chelsea.
For the first time in Bath and the whole of the South West, clients will have access to some of the worlds best interior’s brands as the Etons of Bath showroom will house collections by over 50 leading suppliers including De Gournay, Porta Romana, Brabin & Fitz, Silk Avenue and Cole & Son.
Autumn 2017 will also see the launch of the Eton’s new interactive Stylefinder App that helps customers find their individual interiors style and the Etons of Bath Collated Collection of luxury furniture and lighting.
Following the merger of the two companies, Sarah Latham now runs the enlarged business day to day and leads a team of expert interior designers, a project manager, a production manager and curtain makers based in both Bath and Surrey.
Sarah Latham commented: “We are delighted that the two firms have come together to create Etons of Bath.
“Our aim is to combine the highest level of interior design, fabric and window dressing services with our expertise in Georgian and Regency properties to create classically inspired interiors in London and the South West.’’