10 YEARS AS AN INTERIOR DESIGNER. 1 PHOTOGENIC FRENCH BULLDOG NAMED HECTOR. 5 SECRETS TO CREATING A BEAUTIFUL SPACE. 1 PRODUCT SHE BOUGHT FOR WHEN SHE WENT INTO LABOUR. Interior designer Tamsin Johnson has an eye for hidden treasures; whether it’s a vintage Chanel tweed suit spotted in a tiny shop in Tokyo, an unassuming 19th century cabinet in Milan, or a dilapidated warehouse in Paddington. After launching her career at eminent design studio Meacham Nockles McQualter, where she also worked on our Mecca Cosmetica stores, Tamsin took a leap and established her own studio in 2013. She’s now more in-demand than ever, renowned for a distinctive look—elegant, contemporary styling accented with colourful sculptures and antiques. We caught up with Tamsin at P Johnson Tailors—her husband’s business and that dilapidated warehouse she cleverly transformed into a stunning, airy showroom—where she shared with us her skin care secrets, her inflight beauty-routine, and her tips on how to create a beautiful space.