Stylemongers of Bristol is a boutique interior design studio based in Bristol,
founded by interior designer Zoë Hewett.
Offering bespoke interior design services, we help busy homeowners who are overwhelmed by choice, overloaded by decision making or simply can't 'see it' to achieve practical, stylish homes that they will love living in. For small businesses we create interiors that encapsulate their personality and brand image. For clients who prefer to do their own design work but need guidance, there is the option to attend one of our regular all-day interior design masterclass workshops. We also offer an interior design wedding present, Newlyweds Nest. For home inspiration from other Bristol residents, check out and play along with our instagram hashtag #mybristolhome.
Zoe was thrilled to be shortlisted for the Bristol Life Awards Homes & Interiors Category in both 2017 and 2018, and in 2016 Zoe was one of just six designers selected from one hundred across the UK to design and install a roomset at Grand Designs Live at London ExCel. Based on fictitious literary place, Neverland, her roomset had a narrative of 'glam pirates setting up camp in the tropics' attracting praise from interiors industry figureheads Daniel Hopwood and Sophie Robinson. The Affordable Art Fair organisers invited Zoe to design and decorate the Talks Lounge at their Passenger Shed exhibition in 2017.
With a decade of experience working as a Set and Costume Designer for theatre and Art Director film and TV before switching to interior design, Zoë is accustomed to designing spaces in a range of different tastes and styles and to a range of budgets. Click here to view her scenic portfolio from the weird and wonderful world of theatre & film, and scroll down to browse the interiors slideshow below.
"That is super on trend!"
/ Daniel Hopwood - Judge, Grand Designs Live, Great Interior Design Challenge & BIID Former President /
"Thank you for making such a marvellously creative roomset."
/ Sophie Robinson - Judge, GRAND DESIGNS LIVE & Great Interior Design Challenge /
"As a self-employed scriptwriter, I craved a space that I could use to shut myself away in - a den that would feel inspiring, yet cosy. I was intrigued by Zoë's background in theatre design and hoped she would translate my half-formed ideas of what I thought I wanted into a reality. I was bowled over when I saw the mood-boards she had created for me. We'd had an initial interview and I'd described the kind of things I like - a mishmash of 50s style, rustic, Autumnal: even a quotation from The Wind In The Willows. From these ramblings, Zoë produced a symphony of bold colours and quiet corners, unearthing patterns and furnishings I would never have found myself. I chose the Gold service package, which enabled me to sit back and enjoy the transformation while Zoë's fantastically creative team got on with the hard work. This included a new floor, making shelving units, wallpapering and painting, plus updating a tired plain blue kitchenette with pleasing tones of soft purple and cream, including a very attractive extractor-fan. And I never thought I would get excited by an extractor-fan. The finished result features the comfiest chair I have ever sat on and upcycled lamp stands, but the piéce de resistance is a desk that looks like a cross between an old school desk and a step-ladder. It suggests that sitting there could be fun, not a chore. Which is half the battle! I heartily recommend Zoë Hewett Interiors for anyone who feels their surroundings aren't wholly delightful. She will bring the joy."
/ C. Johnson - BRISTOL /
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