The Paris Lamp

This beautiful straw marquetry lamp is available in a range of colours and will be sold exclusively by The Emily Todhunter Collection as a limited edition.Samples can be viewed at the Todhunter Earle studio on Lots Road.

For all enquires please contact or call Todhunter Earle Interiors on 020 7349 9999. 


This month we’ve made the cover!

Read about Todhunter Earle in this month’s issue of House & Garden – ‘Perfect Union’ by Jennifer Goulding. View the full project portfolio here.

Emily Todhunter’s favourite things

Read about Emily’s favourite things in this month’s issue of The English Home magazine.

Madresfield Court in House & Garden

Read about Todhunter Earle and our involvement in Madresfield Court in this months issue of House and Garden ‘A New Chapter’ by Christopher Stocks.

All photography by Ray Main

Get the Dormy House look!

This month two rooms from Dormy House were featured in Hotels by Design ‘Get the Look’ pages.  Have a look at the full portfolio here. 

Congratulations Harriette and Fred!

Congratulations to Harriette Cayzer and Fred Turner who got married in February. She sent us these lovely photos. Hattie looked stunning and we hope they enjoy their amazing honeymoon. Love from all the Todhunter Earle girls (and Paul!)

More Fabulous Rooms at Dormy House Hotel

Several more rooms at Dormy House Hotel have been completed. Click here to view the full portfolio.



The Emily Todhunter Collection of Wallpaper

The Emily Todhunter Collection of Wallpaper has now reached the status of ‘classics’. They are in stock and available immediately. Recently used and much admired at Dormy House Hotel in the Cotswolds.

Review of Dormy House in The Sunday Telegraph


Dormy House Hotel was reviewed  in the Telegraph on Sunday. The rooms, designed by Emily Todhunter, scored 10 out of 10 and were described as ‘divine’ and ‘as arrestingly elegant as they are luxurious’.

Read the full review here

How to Spend it

This weekend Todhunter Earle Interiors was featured in the “How to spend it” section of the Financial Times.

“Humble straw transformed into sophisticated sunbursts of liquid gold may sound like a fairy tale but, as Nicole Swengley discovers, straw marquetry is a chic reality that’s undergoing a stunning renaissance.”