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The Urban Ruralist

This month Country and Townhouse Magazine have featured Emily in ‘The Urban Ruralist’. Click here to read the full article where Emily talks about her childhood dreams, little luxuries and what she would be if she wasn’t a designer.

Emily Featured in The Sunday Times

Over the weekend The Sunday Times published a London Property Guide and included Emily in their ‘Little Black Book’ of essential property contacts.

Click here to read the full article.

Dormy House Featured on Architectural Digest Online

Click here to read the full article by Alyssa Wolfe on the transformation of Dormy House into a ‘Luxurious Country Retreat.’

A Talk on British Design and Craftsmanship Hosted by Fermoie

On Wednesday 2nd October Emily Todhunter and co founder of Benchmark, Sean Sutcliffe will be conducting a talk on British Design and Craftsmanship at the Fermoie Showroom. The interactive talk will discuss the value of bespoke commissions and the relationship between the Interior Designer and Craftsman.                                


Dormy House described as ‘Cotswold Chic’ by the Financial Times

Over the weekend Tom Robbins wrote this colourful review of Dormy House. Click here to read the full article.

All photography by Ray Main

A light discussion with Emily Todhunter

In aid of The London Design Festival, John Cullen and Best & Lloyd will be hosting ‘A Light Discussion with Emily Todhunter’ on Monday 16th September.

Sally Storey and Emily will be discussing the importance and consideration of decorative lighting, and how creative lighting techniques can transform the house and garden.

For more information click here. 

Dormy House in Financial Times Travel News

Over the weekend Domry House was featured in ‘Short Cuts: Travel News and Inspiration’. Click here to read the full article.

New Portfolio Added to ‘Recent Projects’

Images from the Dormy House photoshoot have now been added to ‘Recent Projects‘.
Click here to view the portfolio. All photography by Ray Main

Photoshoot at Dormy House

Hurray! After over a year of hard work Dormy House is complete and ready to be photographed by Ray Main. The charming hotel, located just behind Broadway, has been completely gutted and today will re-emerge as a beautiful country-house hotel with 30 bedrooms, ‘The Potting Shed’ bar and ‘The Garden Room’ restaurant. It has been a wonderful project full of excitement, enthusiasm and a fantastic team of architects and builders.  Photos to be added to ‘Recent Projects’ soon!

Click here to visit the Dormy House website


How to Spend it – Diary of A Somebody

Emily has written a diary blog in the House & Garden section of the How To Spend It website.

“The refurb of a Cotswolds hotel is in full swing for the interior designer – but who ordered the pink grouting?”

Click here to read the feature article in on

Day One                    Day Two                    Day Three                    Day Four                    Day Five