Interior Design

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Mabel Fox Design help you get your home working for you. Creating happy, calm spaces for everyone!

Styling your home

Whether you are staying put or getting your home ready to put on the market, we can add the finishing touches to the place, whatever your style. Clients are often surprised by the impact a fresh pair of eyes and even just a few small changes can have on a space. We also stage show homes for property developers looking to make their developments stand out.

Mabel Fox Shop

Find enchanting limited edition linocut prints with a Scandinavian feel, cushions, coasters and more, in our shop

Mabel Fox Design

Mabel Fox Design is a family run interior design business, born and bred in Cambridgeshire. Through building great working relationships with our clients we create thoughtfully planned spaces and beautiful colour schemes that make your home a joy to be in.

We help clients with space planning, kitchen and bathroom design, colour schemes, furniture and fittings, lighting, storage, interior styling and more. We are passionate about interior design and creating happy homes.

You might already know Mabel Fox linocut prints and homewares, these can be found at – inspired by our children, nieces and nephews, we have created a range of Scandinavian folk art style prints, gift and homewares to further compliment your home. 

Kitchen design mood board

Next Steps…

Call or email us today to book your initial consultation. At our first meeting we will visit your home and discuss the project brief, some clients come to us with a very clear idea of what they’d like achieve and for others there is a more vague notion of issues they need to address. For us it is as important to know what you don’t like as much as what you do like. This initial meeting usually lasts around an hour. We will then come back to you with an initial report, summarising the scope of work and potential parameters for time and cost. If you are happy with this we will then begin to develop ideas and mood boards