September update

For this September we are finalising the installation of our Cheshire project for a longstanding client who we have worked for many times; in London, Europe and around the UK.  We are so excited to see this project come to this point and look forward to photographing  it for our project library and PR.


Yvonne continues to write her column for Style in the City and she has been featured this month in and in the Telegraph property newspaper giving advice on floor trends.  She has also been featured in October Ideal Home magazine; a 5 page editorial about window treatments and curtain design. 


We are also extremely pleased to see our Surrey project in 25 Beautiful Homes in the December issue out on the 1st October 2019.

yvonne jones
July update

We are just finishing off the penultimate stage of our Devon country house project which has been managed and installed in stages to suit the clients budget and lifestyle as they have lived in the house through the renovations. A photo shoot has been set for the end of June and the images will appear on our website soon after.


Our Chester project is nearly finished after a few design changes requested by our long standing client whom we have designed many homes for over the years. Yvonne will be installing this project mid-May.  The client’s collection of artwork will take pride of place in this prestigious home.


We have just started the design of a cottage in Ireland. This pretty cottage overlooks a harbour and has far reaching sea views. We are starting with the main living areas. Work will include all new furnishings and decoration.


Our Surrey project which we completed last year is to be featured in the June issue of Surrey Life and has been chosen as one of Surreys best designed homes. We are very much looking forward to reading this issue.

yvonne jones
Devon Designs

We are continuing to manage an on going project in North Devon which we have just completed the redesign and installation of the entire ground floor. We are now looking to the new design of the master bedroom suite which includes a large en-suite bathroom and dressing room all of which will be completed by the end of 2019. We are really looking forward to seeing the completion of this project for our client but also so we can get it photographed. This project has been managed in a timescale which suits our clients timescale and budget best.

We are also planning to return to the Tenby lifeboat station we designed over 10 years ago now, that was featured on the Channel 4 television programme Grand Designs, as all the soft furnishings which include curtains need changing due to the salty sea air which affects the interior as well as the exterior.

And we are currently putting several new design proposals together for projects all due to start this year, so Brexit is not affecting us !

Ben Bray
Press Coverage

We are thrilled to start seeing our newly completed projects being published across Europe in leading interior design magazines. We are even more excited to see our latest projects featured in UK magazines scheduled for later this year. To be featured editorially is a huge compliment to our design and endorses what we do, as well as allowing many thousands of readers to see our work who would not otherwise see it. As features come out more and more pdfs of our featured work will be added to our press page so do keep checking. Thanks niche pr !

Ben Bray
Chameleon Interiors appoints Nick Lee, Niche PR to handle our PR & Marketing

We’re thrilled to be working with Nick Lee, Niche PR who is now handling our PR and Marketing. This includes the direction and styling of interior photo shoots. Nick has over 15 years in styling homes and properties, so we are very excited to work with him and can already see the results.

We have just completed our first photo shoot of a property in south Wales, which included internal and external photography for our portfolio and to show magazine houses’ editors.

With Nick’s expert eye, the styling and photographs have turned out better than we could have ever imagined.

Ben Bray