Architecture Awards 2016

​Most Outstanding Leader in Interior Design - UK

WINNER in the Build Architecture Awards 2015

SHORTLISTED in the Interior Design & Architecture Awards 2015 

RECOGNISED as one of the ‘Best 20 Interior Designers in Britain’

The Telegraph, December 2013 

SHORTLISTED in the SBID International Design Awards 2012 (Society of British Interior Designers)

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Pascoe Interiors’ signature style is MID CENTURY CONTEMPORARY.  Pared back, Nordic inspired base palettes form the back drop for a blend of contemporary elements made by emerging British Designer Makers alongside key pieces of mid century furniture and lighting to create a timeless and individual.


Having been an avid personal collector of Mid Century furniture, Director Clare Pascoe developed an in depth love, knowledge and appreciation for Mid Century furniture and Modernist design.  These inspirations went on to shape Clare’s signature ‘Mid Century Contemporary’ design style, that delivers highly desirable interiors that are clean lined and perfectly balanced.


Working closely with Clients, we adapt and mould our style to suit their lifestyle requirements, current and future needs.


Sustainable Design Policy

By sourcing primarily from a network of UK and European dealers, British Designer Makers and skilled British Suppliers, such as the last remaining fabric mills across the UK, Clare proves that sustainable can be attainable and beautiful.  


Clare believes that all designers have a duty to design responsibly.  By reusing and reupholstering comfortable & timeless pieces, whose current aesthetic does not fit the new scheme to reduce the impact on landfill; and to ensure that Clients buy only items that will offer true longevity rather than quick or impulsive fixes, even if that means waiting a bit longer to buy that much coveted item.


This policy is a goal to deliver beautiful, ethical interiors without restricting creativity or Client choice.  Clare presents Clients with a wide range of options from which they can make a fully informed decision to suit and future proof their lifestyle.


Clare combines professional ability and engineering precision alongside a truly individual eye for style and a rare ability to work with colour to bring a wealth of valuable skills and insights to every project.

Graduating from the Engineering faculty at Plymouth University with a BSc Honors Degree in Design Technology & Business and achieving Honors at the prestigious KLC School of Design, Clare’s professional history prior to establishing her own practice includes Design Assistant to Swedish style interior designer Sasha Waddell, and Trainee Assistant Brand Manager at Coty UK, working on the Rimmel & Cutex Brands.


In 2000 Clare set up Fulham based interior and kitchen design firm Molten UK Ltd.  After a decade in London, Pascoe Interiors was formed to signal Clare finding her niche signature style, alongside a move from London to West Sussex.  Projects to date include, but are not limited to:


  • A luxurious Coastal home in West Sussex

  • A fire damaged pub in West Sussex

  • A fully sustainable refurbishment of a unique Grade II Listed property in the Cotswolds

  • The London residence of a Ukranian Politician with AR Architecture

  • The Norfolk holiday retreat of previous clients

  • The furnishing & styling of a Richard Siefert designed home in Spitalfields with MacKenzie Wheeler

  • A boldly extended Coach House with Spratley Studios

  • To extend and fully refurbish a detatched family home in West Sussex

  • The redesign of a detatched residence on the Kings Road, London

  • A detatched home in Ealing, West London

  • A family home in Harpenden

  • A London Pied a Terre in Pimlico

BIID Membership

A full member of The British Institute of Interior Designers since 2000, Clare Pascoe is qualified under their Professional Pathway Scheme which is “...the first national professional standard for interior designers.


BIID Membership is the only way for an interior designer to demonstrate they have met rigorous standards for professional competence and distinguish themselves from amateurs and hobbyists”


“The British Institute of Interior Design is committed to encouraging and supporting creativity and competence in the field of interior design through facilitating best practice, practical professional support, development opportunities and education."