Caroline Percy is an interior designer and consultant in Fine Art and Antiques and founder of Hotspur Design.

As well as designing interiors, she advises clients on the acquisition and sale of antiques, including furniture, objets d’art and paintings.  Caroline grew up surrounded by historic and important works of art which fostered an interest in the decorative arts and encouraged her to acquire a wide knowledge of historic interior styles. She has lived in Italy, France and Spain.

Caroline has worked on a number of high profile design projects for both historic and modern interiors and has appeared on various television programmes.



Oliver Gerrish has a Masters degree in Architectural History from the University of Cambridge.

For over a decade he has been closely involved with historical architectural charity, The Georgian Group, for whom he founded and led The Young Georgians from 2002-2016. He was one of the youngest feature writers for Country Life, and has written for The Georgian magazine and reviews for House and Garden and other magazines. He regularly organises tours of historic buildings throughout Britain for private clients and charities.

Oliver has appeared in a number of architectural series on television including BBC, ITV and Sky Television, including the Titchmarsh Show and BBC's Secret History of Our Streets. He worked with Sarah Beeney on her Rise Hall Restoration Nightmare programme.

He is also a Guildhall trained professional opera singer.




Zuleika is a History of Art graduate from Oxford Brookes University and an art graduate of Wimbledon Art School. She has worked for numerous art dealers and fine art galleries, including the family business Michael Parkin Fine Art. Zuleika was also involved with The Young Georgians, the youth chapter of The Georgian Group, the national charity dedicated to preserving Georgian buildings and gardens. 

In August 2016, Zuleika joined Historic Decoration as an administrator. When she is not working, she usually can be found baking cakes.

Zuleika was named after Max Beerbohm’s 1911 book, Zuleika Dobson.