Lucy Tiffney is an instinctive designer with a unique and vibrant interior style. She achieved her hard won finalist place in the BBC’s The Great Interior Design Challenge in 2016, with plenty of paint, sweat and tears along the way. She had £1,000, three days and a small team to help deliver the schemes.
She delighted the judges and 2 million viewers with her creative and sumptuous room designs including:

• Charming weekend Retreat for A Coastal Cottage in Devon
• Traditional Swedish country style bedroom in a Timber Framed House
• Futuristic chill pad for a teenager
• Timeless and elegant sitting room in a Bath Georgian Terrace
• Modern country hunting lodge lounge in Wells, Somerset
• Classical style sitting room, dining room and bedroom in Sheffield Park,
• Sussex

“The ‘GIDC’ has given me the opportunity to go for what I believe in. The show has taught me so many things about myself not least a new confidence in my own abilities. I now love creating designs with individuality, that focus on colour, shape and texture and the juxtaposition of those elements.”

Originally trained as a textile designer (with a first class degree from Manchester), Lucy has over 20 years experience in the design industry.
Her business now focuses on Interior Design and murals.