DIARY: Hemingway adds flair to Windsor agency interior

Media-friendly TV design pundit Wayne Hemingway - the man behind

the hypertrendy Red or Dead fashion chain - entered fresh terrain last

week with the unveiling of his interior design work for the company's PR

consultancy sector.

Hemingwaydesign has revamped the offices of Elizabeth Hindmarch PR to

include cubist chairs and a whole wall of the reception area given over

to a wipe clean graffiti board for staff.

Hindmarch called in the hipster - whose wife, Geraldine, took on the

design task - to reconfigure its reception, which used to be a florists

and occupies the ground floor of its five-storey base in Windsor,


The high-profile design guru's company was brought in after it worked

alongside EHPR on an account with home appliance and vacuum cleaners

company Miele.

Opposite Windsor Castle, the Grade II listed building boasts another

claim to fame. Its balcony is regularly used by ITN and BBC news crews

to film the comings and goings at Her Majesty's country pile.

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