About page for luxury interior designer Jo Hamilton. Jo Hamilton has run her high-end interior design consultancy for more than 20 years. Jo Hamilton is based in London but has carried out interior design work across the UK and abroad. Jo Hamilton has been the interior designer for a number of luxury projects nationally and internationally, including homes, hotels and offices.
Jo Hamilton, creative director at Jo Hamilton Interiors, is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading interior designers, noted for her confident grasp of colour, intelligent use of space and luxury aesthetic. She is also a respected public speaker, writer, design commentator, property finder and broadcaster.
Jo has been running her own interior design consultancy since 1995 and has been involved in many high-end developments in Britain and overseas, including New York, Miami, Geneva and Dubai.
Projects have ranged from exclusive city apartments to stylish country retreats; from bars, clubs and restaurants to homes, offices and hotels. She has also designed interiors for yachts and private jets.
She is 'resident interior designer' for Grand Designs Live, where she is also a key speaker/presenter and 'show ambassador' along with Channel Four stars Kevin McCloud, George Clarke and, more recently, Charlie Luxton.
Further public speaking appointments have included Top Drawer and the International Property Awards, for which, along with the What House? Awards, she is also a judge.
Jo makes regular contributions to the media, including the BBC and Metro, on interior design issues, and features in Sky's Who'd Be a Billionaire? television series along with several other high-end design and lifestyle commentators.
Jo has been a brand ambassador for respected companies including Bosch Power Tools and Dulux, and has worked with Virgin Money UK and First Time Buyer Online, among others.
In addition to her commissioned interior design work and media activities, Jo runs interior design courses at five-star Central London hotels such as Charlotte Street Hotel and The Sanderson. The courses are based on her firm belief that by understanding a few key principles, even the least confident and experienced person can create designs that work.
Jo is contributing to a major charity project at the Brompton Hospital in London, where her son has received life-saving treatment. She is also a keen supporter of the NSPCC and has contributed a number of places on her interior design courses to fund-raising auctions.
Recognition of Jo’s wider work came with an invitation to 10 Downing Street and a reception the Prime Minister gave for entrepreneurs and others involved in community welfare projects.
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