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Misti Leitz design commissions

Design

Interior, Architectural & Furniture Design

With over thirty years experience in working at the highest level of design, Misti produces objects and schemes that are firmly rooted in the great tradition of excellence in British design and craftsmanship.

While her interiors and furniture display anything from quiet and understated glamour to unabashed opulence, they are always underpinned by a solid grounding in practicality and a thorough knowledge of the materials she uses.

Her work can be seen in palaces and penthouses all over the world, and is a lasting testament to her skills as a designer.

Plaster ceiling design commission from Misti Leitz

“The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”

Benjamin Franklin

Creative endeavours are always driven by three main criteria : quality, timescale and budget

While Misti recognises the importance of completing commissions within a reasonable amount of time and at a sensible price, her prime focus has always been on producing exquisite work that is designed not only to stand the test of time, but to improve with age.

All Misti has ever wanted to do is design and make beautiful things, and she has been fortunate enough to work on some amazing projects in her life. Shown here is a selection of some of her favourite works.

Misti welcomes commissions for anything from small decorative objects to complete interior and architectural schemes. If you have a project you feel would benefit from her involvement, she would love to hear from you.

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A Wealth of Experience

Below is a by no means exhaustive list of some of the more notable properties on which Misti has worked as designer, restorer or decorator:

  • Albertina Palace, Vienna
  • Althorp House, Northamptonshire
  • Castle Howard, Yorkshire
  • Crosby Hall, London
  • Goodwood House, Sussex
  • Harewood House, Yorkshire
  • Hatchlands Park, Surrey
  • Heveningham Hall, Suffolk
  • H.M. Tower of London
  • Home House, London
  • Ickworth, Suffolk
  • Kenwood, London
  • Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
  • Museum of Sitwelliana, Renishaw hall, Derbyshire
  • Osborne House, Isle of Wight
  • Petworth House, Sussex
  • Powis Castle, Powys
  • Ragley Hall, Warwickshire
  • Southill Park, Bedfordshire
  • Sarum Chase, London
  • Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  • Windsor Castle, Berkshire
19th century Savonnerie carpet woven for the drawing room at Osborn House, 2002