About The Sensory Home

The Sensory Home® is the brainchild of Pippa Jameson, an interior stylist, creative director, and author with over 25 years of industry experience. Pippa’s journey, which spans roles such as Interiors Editor for several leading UK home publications and a diverse portfolio covering advertising, editorial work, and television appearances on ITV, BBC2, and Channel 5, laid the foundation for The Sensory Home.

At its core, The Sensory Home is dedicated to enhancing well-being through sensory design. Pippa’s book, “The Sensory Home,” published by Ryland Peters and Small, serves as a comprehensive guide, harnessing all human senses – sight, scent, sound, touch, and taste – to create harmonious living spaces. Earlier this year, The Sensory Home embarked on a ground-breaking project by renovating the very first real-life sensory home right in the heart of Liverpool. The mission was to vividly demonstrate the transformative power of sensory design and its profound impact on well-being, urban revitalisation, and community inclusivity. The journey continues with upcoming plans for a meticulously curated product concept store.

Driven by her personal experience as a parent of a child with autism, Pippa’s profound understanding of sensory needs fuels her commitment to crafting spaces that foster well-being and comfort. The Sensory Home also offers sensory design consultations to guide individuals in creating spaces that resonate with their well-being needs. For potential brand collaborations, please click here.

In the Press

The Style Matters Podcast interview, Little Yellow Couch

Have a listen to my interview on the Style Matters podcast, where I break down how to ensure your home engages each of your five senses. We often focus solely on visual aesthetics in interiors, but it’s essential to consider how our spaces feel, smell, and sound. Slowing down for a meal allows us to savour each bite, highlighting the importance of sensory experiences for everyone. 

"Pippa Jameson's sensory talk at the Interior Designers Hub was truly enlightening. Her expertise in sensory design, especially her tips on using colour, lighting, and sound, left our community of designers inspired and eager to create more immersive and meaningful spaces."
Kate Hatherell
Founder, Interior Designers Hub

Designing for Neurodiversity, Houzz interview

It’s estimated that around one person in seven is neurodivergent – where the brain functions differently from the majority neurotypical population. The term covers autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), among others. Neurodiversity also includes neurodegenerative disorders, such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease.

Kate Burt, interviewing Pippa Jameson on Designing for Neurodiversity.

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