The House & Garden Top 100 Interior Designers list aims to be a dynamic, up-to-date collection of the best of British talent. This means acknowledging the familiar names and the well-established practices, but also keeping up with the new faces and those who have done particularly beautiful work in the last year. This year the list has added nine designers and companies who have never featured in the list before, and who cover a range of styles, from antique-filled country houses to modern renovations of city flats. Here we've gathered the designers themselves and their loveliest projects (many of which have featured in the magazine) by way of welcome.

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  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Bryan O'Sullivan

    Having worked with David Collins among others, Bryan is as experienced with private clients as with hotels and restaurants. The architect and designer has a busy studio in Shoreditch.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    D'Erlanger and Sloan

    Since their interiors firm launched in 2008, Emilia d’Erlanger and Anna Sloan have evolved an understated style, mixing contemporary designs with antique pieces.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Flora Soames

    Having been creative director of Talisman for a decade, Flora set up on her own in 2009. Her schemes tend to be quintessentially English and understated, with an eclectic mix of art, antiques and craftsmanship.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Fran Hickman Design and Interiors

    Just five years after setting up her own design studio (she previously worked for Soho House Group), Fran Hickman has become a much talked-about and sought-after interior designer. Her projects are very much at the top end of the market – currently on her books is the revamp of a Richard Meier house in the Hamptons.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Kate Guinness

    Kate Guinness, who runs a small and friendly team, delights in colour and pattern – she maintains a modern sensibility that is decidedly cool but never cold. Her rooms are cheerful and welcoming, and made for the realities of life.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Kitesgrove

    Creative director Sophie Elborne heads up the design arm of London-based interior design and project management studio Kitesgrove. She produces chic interiors that are inhabited by design-led furniture, antiques and good art.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Olivia Outred Studio

    Having trained with some of the best – at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler (under Philip Hooper) and Soane Britain – Olivia shares her mentors’ love of good craftsmanship and bespoke furniture.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Rachel Chudley

    Rachel Chudley is a rising star with a unique, exuberant style that most people would be hard pressed to imitate. She is a confident interior designer whose schemes cleverly combine high drama and comfort.

  • New entries House & Garden Top 100 interior designers 2019

    Susan Deliss

    Although the antique textile dealer and designer Susan Deliss only branched out into interiors a couple of years ago, she already has a number of projects under her belt. They include a six-bedroom country house in Suffolk (you can see the exclusive story on the House & Garden website).