Edward Bulmer is unique amongst interior designers in also being an architectural historian, eco-worrier, and farmer! Edward’s background is in architectural history, picture conservation, and interior design. Stay with us and let yourself be inspired by these amazing interior design projects!
Edward Bulmer currently heads a highly focused design team bringing traditional knowledge and environmental sensitivity to a range of private and commercial projects.
What started over thirty years ago as an assistant’s job in David Mlinaric’s office and then assistant in Alec Cobbe’s studio has led to him and his wife Emma running their group of businesses from a converted cattle byre at the center of their organic farm in Herefordshire.
Edward Bulmer has the depth of knowledge for evidence based redecoration, careful conservation and well-informed reinstatement but his aim is always to create a place to live in that works for its occupants, private, public or commercial.
Most of Edward Bulmer’sprojects have been in historic buildings, from Tudor manors to Georgian townhouses. However, a growing proportion of projects is dealing with significant re-fitting of old houses and the creation of plausible new buildings in traditional styles.
For thirty years, Edward Bulmer has been involved with picture hanging and restoration and he takes a highly nuanced approach to the interior design of art galleries, based on what can be learned from historic practice.
Edward Bulmer has redecorated rooms at Chequers and Chevening, buildings that are publicly owned and which play a part in the public life of its nation. Work has also encompassed historic courthouses, assembly rooms, parish churches, and catholic chapels.
With a background in architectural history, Edward confidently handles the alteration, decoration, and reorganization of Historic Houses. He has worked with Historic Royal Palaces, English Heritage, and the National Trust on a number of their properties, as well as on many privately-owned stately homes like Althorp and Goodwood.
Some of Edward Bulmer’s work has involved master-panning or specific requirements such as the rehanging of the pictures for the In & Out Club when they relocated to St. James Square. Most recently he has overseen the creation and redecoration of major rooms at the Garrick Club.
Recent projects have ranged from Kenwood House and The Fred Packard Galleries at the National Horse Racing Museum to Philip Mould’s ambitious new gallery in Pall Mall.
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