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Welcome to Style My Home

The situation with COVID-19 is changing on a daily basis. Style My Home’s priority is to keep clients safe. We strictly adhere to all safety and hygiene guidelines when carrying out design work or staging in your property. If you wish to avoid face-to-face meetings, we offer remote discussions via video conferencing.

Caroline Pickering of Style My Home has been designing interiors and staging homes in the Kent and Sussex areas since 2004. Combining classic and contemporary styles with a dash of the eclectic, she works with an unlimited palette of textures and colours to draw the very best from your interior space, firmly believing in an adaptable and personal approach, no matter the size of your property or the budget behind it.

Working from her new studio in the Kent countryside, Caroline has established connections with the very best local craftspeople and sources her fabrics, furniture, lighting and accessories from a wealth of niche interior companies.




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  • Caroline’s work is, quite simply, beautiful. I have worked with her now on the commercial redesign of my new offices, various staging projects for properties for sale and have also seen her work with new home owners. I feel that her greatest strength is understanding what her clients want and showing incredible versatility to meet their brief, introducing them to ideas, looks and finishes they may not otherwise have considered.

    Deborah, Tunbridge Wells