VSP Interiors

Telephone 01305 265892
Address VSP Interiors, 11 A and 11B, 11a Reeve St, Poundbury, Dorchester DT1 3DB


VSP Interiors has been dedicated to classic country house design since it was established in 2000. Creative Director Henriette von Stockhausen, who co-founded the studio and has led the business since 2010, collaborates with a diverse portfolio of specialists, artisans, and craftsmen. The studio undertakes projects worldwide with a focus on listed buildings of architectural significance which they transform  into comfortable family homes, incorporating antique fabrics and furniture as much as possible.

“When planning the interiors of period properties, we believe in preserving quality craftsmanship and architectural features while introducing  contemporary elements through the use of  colour, texture and modern art- The juxtaposition of the new with the old creates an evolved and collected interior that works equally well in town and country.” Henriette von Stockhausen

VSP Interiors endeavours to use local craftsmen  and artisans in all their interiors.

Such collaborations help to create a quiet luxury – a one-off custom look that can never be replicated. They have an extensive little black book full of incredible artisans ranging from a wonderful stonemason who specialises in antique fireplaces and their restoration, to extraordinary furniture makers who create truly unique pieces in addition to contemporary artists who provide many of the finishing touches required for comfortable, layered interiors.

Today Henriette describes her style as classic in architecture and bones, colourful and eclectic with a mix of old and new in decoration.

“I always try to mix a few modern pieces into a  very traditional set up or the other way round  using a few amazing antique pieces in a modern  surrounding – this creates a juxtaposition and  keeps things interesting for the eye – something  unexpected always does the trick. This can also  be done with scale- something very big in a small  space for example will create a focal point of  interest and make the small space seem  extraordinary.”

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