Fleur Jackson is an innovative interior designer, painter, ceramicist, and restauranteur whose approach relies heavily on her fine art background. A graduate of Central St Martins, she has worked in the interior design industry since 2001, for private clients both North and South of the border. She has been featured in numerous national and regional newspapers and magazines and is renowned for her instinctive and eclectic approach to design.

Embracing the abstract quality of conceptual art, she places her client at the heart of the work, connecting them to their surroundings so they claim emotional ownership of their space. The result is authentic and rich in depth, which truly reflects the client's personality.
Fleur's experience includes concept design, personal shopping, sourcing furniture, fabric and colour consultations, furniture design and refurbishment, project management and restoration. She also champions exceptional local craftspeople to her clients.

Whether it be on a personalised shopping trip with clients or a simple one-to-one chat over colours and moods, Fleur is always willing to go the extra mile to help them achieve their own unique space. Her influences include the timeless style of the 1920's and 30's and the inventive and sometimes kitsch designs of the 1940's and 50's. She takes great inspiration from her extensive travels and loves to incorporate the colours of Havana and India into the mix, adding a little spice.
Fleur and her partner Kyron Bourke own Teatro Cabaret Restaurant on Botanic Avenue, and Cottage 51, a charming fisherman's cottage in Fermanagh which is available to rent throughout the year.

Photograph: David McCauley