Bedrock Design is owned and led by John Burholt who has 25 years of experience as a commercial interior designer. As commercial interior designers, we employ a strong team of industry professionals, covering both the creative and technical aspects of interior design. In 2010 we moved our London studio in Hatton Garden to Northampton to benefit from its excellent transport links. Operating from a more central location has made it far easier and cost-effective to service our national and international clients.
At Bedrock Design our commercial interior designers provide a genuinely creative and relaxed approach to interior design in a collaborative and friendly environment. Our considerable industry knowledge allows us to deliver cost-engineered design and successful pitches for all our clients. We offer a fully integrated commercial interior design service, taking your vision from concept to a complete branded installed solution. Bedrock has established a strong client base in the UK, Eire, Europe and the Middle East, ranging from international chains to boutique independents.
Cafès, Restaurants, Pubs, Bars
Shops, Concessions, Pop Up's
Offices, Training Centres, Showrooms
Trade, Show & Exhibition stands
TRATTORIA SETTEBELLO - “A top quality service from inception to completion. The team at Bedrock really understood what we wanted to achieve from the start, and advised and worked it through to be a commercial success. As we encountered issues in construction Bedrock were on hand to resolve all design and construction issues promptly. They have a great team and I would never consider using any other company for future sites.”
TREGOTHNAN TEA ESTATE - “Bedrock have the best talent. Wherever Tregothnan tea is in the world, Bedrock is there to advise the most prestigious clients. Bedrock comes up with the best solutions to the biggest challenges, with care but also confidence.”
GOCHISOU - “I asked Bedrock to design GoChisou after the success of Chisou Knightsbridge and I am looking forward to working with them soon on my next concept.”