Nina Campbell

50 years in Design

Nina will take you on a beautiful, inspiring and global design adventure visiting some of her latest Interior Design projects featured in her new book, Nina Campbell Interior Decoration: Elegance & Ease.

She will also give you a little biographical insight of where it all began and how she got to where she is today with many an entertaining tale along the way.

Her own homes over the last 50 years will also be part of the talk to see how her own design aesthetic has changed during the last decades and how her style has both evolved and stayed sympathetic to the times to maintain her famous contemporary but classic style.

Thank you to our co-sponsors Rizzoli; Old Westbury Gardens; Eerdmans Fine Art.

Nina Campbell

Noted Interior Designer 

Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected interior designers, with a keen design sensibility that references both the contemporary and traditional. Nina’s career began at nineteen when she went to work for John Fowler at Colefax & Fowler. She soon set up her own decorating business where her first commissions included a castle in Scotland and Annabel’s private members’ club in London. In 1974 Nina established her own interior design practice and studio where she creates a successful fabric and wallpaper collection internationally distributed by Osborne & Little. She has retail shops for home accessories and gifts in London’s Knightsbridge and Design Center East, Chelsea Harbour which also houses her extensive furniture collection. Nina is the author of 6 books on interior design, the latest launching in September 2018. Her many awards and honors include an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Middlesex (2001), the Royal Oak Timeless Design Award (2003), the American Fashion Award for ‘the woman who has most influenced style internationally’ and she became a Legend of the Pratt Institute in 2015. She is a Trustee of Bath Spa University.

Past Event

East 79th Street, NYC Design: Nina Campbell


Monday, September 24 | 6:15 p.m.


The General Society Library
20 West 44th Street


$30 members; $40 non-members

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East 79th Street, NYC Design: Nina Campbell