DelightFULL On Tour: Getting To Know Gotham Nothing Hill
Enjoying the last 2 days in London to meet up with some very special people!
We have been touring in London for the past week, and today we are getting to meet up with Gotham Nothing Hill. The ‘DelightFULL On Tour‘ signature is what helps us to be more involved with our projects, be closer to our clients, and be able to get some good deals out of it!
Since launching in 2000, husband and wife team Dan Lonergan and Penney Frohling have been influencing Notting Hill with their French interiors business, Gotham Nothing Hill, and we are passionate about it!
From classic designs to art deco-inspired enclaves, West London has long been a haven for those who admire the architecture, not least of all Dan and Penney, who have been helping locals revamp their homes for over almost two decades.
Dan, an architectural designer and Penney, a management consultant discovered there was a whole layer of shopping in London that was hardly represented. It was their frustrated attempts to buy a piece of furniture that drove them to re-invent themselves.
And from here, they decided that was about time to customize their service offering any covering, size or shape that they can manage. Nowadays, this is actually usual, but back then was what made them different from everyone.
Focusing on interior designhome projects at first, the duo began developing their deco-inspired style, teaming up with lines such as Knoll, Pouenat and Kevin Reilly Lighting, while also collaborating with London-based photographer Stuart Redler to provide work for their showroom.
Like the Nottinghamshire villagers of Gotham, far from making a foolish career move, it seems that Dan and Penney have made a very wise one indeed.
With such a strong link to France, the name Gotham conjures up images of a dark, Parisian underworld, but the name actually has its roots in here in old Blighty. Despite Dan’s love for the French capital and a strong bond with his roots in the USA, Notting Hill is now the couple’s true home and one which they’ve seen change and develop.
Working with some big projects, we decided to present some of our own that would be a success if partnered with Gotham Nothing Hill. Ready to check them out?
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