Holiday House LONDON

London, 2017

Holiday House was founded over 10 years ago in the US by Iris Danker. Following its arrival in London in 2017, Hazel Collins was thrilled to be selected to take part in the charity project (this time in St John’s Wood, London) focused on collaboration between renowned designers, suppliers and architects, with all proceeds going towards the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Hazel recalls working with Grant Pierrus of Style Hunter as well as interior designer, Rachel Laxer and her Co-Chair, Joyce Mizrachi, throughout the process. Hazel focused on redesigning the entrance, staircase and guest powder room as well as a hall cupboard, which garnered a lot of attention after she transformed it into a decadent boutique bar! She said of her bathroom redesign upstairs, “I wanted to create a bright, healing and positive environment.” Hazel’s suppliers and installers supported her and donated and fitted materials (valued at almost £100,000), free of charge. 

Location: St Johns Wood London NW8
Area: N/A
Status: Completed, 2017

Landscape: Annie Pearce

Hazel Collins had the pleasure of collaborating with:

Gallery KreoKit Miles StudioMiles de LangeLaliqueVessel GalleryPierre FreyCrucial TradingFarrow and BallFox Linton FabricTibor FabricsThe Invisible CollectionMNL ConstructionBiglittleprojectsBespokeFFE

Photographer: Jake Fitzjones

 
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 
 
Hazel Collins brings flair and imagination to her interior schemes and always manages to surprise us with a visionary way of adopting our wallpapers into something truly magical.
— Kit Miles, Wallpaper and Textile Designer
 
 
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 Hazel Collins Design — Holiday House London
 
Working with Hazel and her diligent team on the holiday house 2017 event was a professional treat. I was the project manager and therefore, the point person to 26 interior designers, all of which had unique needs and requests. Hazel‘s team approached this challenging project with creative precision and respect to the boundaries and limitations, which were so often a priority. One of the most photographed spaces in the exhibition, Hazel‘s vision was materialised in a magical and colourful environment. Looking forward to working with her again someday soon.
— Chris Denman-Tanner, Director, bespokeFFE Ltd.