The company was set up by Claire Davies-Hobbs BA(Hons).  After 18 years working as a series producer and director in television, making programmes about house building, interiors, antiques and furniture, she wanted to devote more time to sharing with others her passions for contemporary design and design history.

Claire has extended and redesigned properties and interiors, from individual rooms to large commercial properties.  She can design and oversee bathroom and kitchen refurbishments; ranging from ultra modern to classic period interiors; for television programmes, in addition to private and commercial clients.

Call Claire for an initial chat to see how we can help with your next project 07710 317 097

television programmes

Claire has developed and/or produced


Going for a Song on BBC 1

Michael Parkinson hosted the popular return of the famous 1960s antiques quiz with Eric Knowles taking over Arthur Negus’ expert role.


The House That Mackintosh Built on DISCOVERY H&L

Eric Knowles follows the painstaking restoration of architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s only English commission – a Northampton townhouse designed in 1916 for WJ Bassett-Lowke.


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Restoration Man on DISCOVERY H&L

Expert restorer Alan Herd and antiques expert Eric Knowles buy and transform inexpensive furniture into highly desirable antiques to sell for a profit at auction.



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Building The Ultimate House on DISCOVERY H&L

Dublin Architect Gary Miley and master craftsman Alan Herd follow two ambitious projects - an award winning £5m self build and the restoration of a 16th century farmhouse and Gary travels around the world to look at the most innovative architect designed houses.

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Barn Free on DISCOVERY H&L

Mark Evans with the help of Alan Herd, follows the conversion of a Victorian barn into a 21st Century House.

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Cutting Edge Woodworker on DISCOVERY H&L

Furniture maker and interior designer Paul Bradburn showed you how to design and build your own furniture.