Interior stylist Tiffany Grant-Riley

My name is Tiff – interior stylist, collector of houseplants, mother, aspiring photographer, minimalist.

From my little workspace in historical Rochester, I write Curate & Display – a home to minimal, Scandinavian style with independent designer/makers at its heart.

“I share honest and accessible interior style with tips and inspiration for styling your home creatively and without the need for “stuff”.”

Embracing slow living and a simple aesthetic, I love pieces that have been designed using materials in their rawest form – I believe you should buy less at a much better quality and enjoy the little moments in life every day. Sure, it might be easier said than done sometimes with two small children to chase after, but we wouldn’t have it any other way!

With a background in theatre production and stage management, for the past three years I’ve been working as a freelance interior stylist for product and editorial features, using our own home as an extension to be a little more creative and sharing my work here.

In 2015 I co-founded Function+Form, an offline community of like-minds celebrating handcrafted design, independent makers and interior style. We organise gatherings three times a year in London over good food with guest speakers sharing their inspiration and processes. If you’d like to be part of it, we’d love to hear from you.


I’ve had the privilege to see inside some incredible private homes working for magazines such as LivingETC and Woman & Home and have also had work featured on Design Sponge, Front+Main, Brit+Co and 91 Magazine. In September 2015 I was published as part of a collaborative interiors book ‘Wohnideen aus dem wahren leben’ by Callwey, featuring inspiring homes of 15 top European interiors bloggers.

Make yourself at home. x

See it. Love it. Style it.