Chris Snook


Services Provided
Photography

Areas Served
London, South East, UK

Business Description
Chris Snook is a skilled and creative photographer specialising in Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Interiors.

I have over seven years experience, producing images for various clients around the UK and abroad.

Currently I am based in London; however I will take on projects throughout the UK and abroad. I am always looking for new challenges and experiences. Recent commissions include Knight Frank, Milu LTD, Taylor Wimpey, Increase Space, Airbnb, Leon Speakers and Dressy Rooms.
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London, Greater London UK 
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Chris Snook 
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Address:
F5, 16 Dalebury Road
London, Greater London SW17 7HH
United Kingdom 
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Entertaining: How to Host a Creative ‘Crafternoon’

Crafters of the world unite. If you love to make things, then why not gather your supplies and your friends for a creative afternoon? Full Story
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Decorating: How to Use Wood for a Pared-back Modern Rustic Look

Want a contemporary country vibe where wood takes centre stage? Step away from the orange pine dresser and be inspired by these cool ideas Full Story
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elleyouseawhy
This is someone who has got some taste....and great ideas.......I just LOVE the whiteness....and the rusticness....my absolute dream to do up a place like this!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it....v inspiring :)
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janedale
A lovely, lovely chapter on Houzz. Well done!
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Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand...

Für diese Erkenntnis braucht man keinen Wahrsager: ein schöner Spiegel bereichert jede Wohnung. Full Story
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Housekeeping: 10 Ways to Winter-proof Your Home

Tackle these essential jobs before the cold weather kicks in for a cosy, stress-free winter Full Story
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Wharfside
Excellent tips (but a reminder the colder months are on their way) I see warm jumpers and insulation in my future! *Hannah
last Friday at 5:17AM     
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Bathrooms: 10 Ways to Add a Touch of Hotel Style to Your Bathing Space

Take your bathroom from so-so to stylish with these easy ways to embrace luxe hotel style Full Story
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ingsaybalfour
One of the essential features of a truly luxurious bath is - somewhere to park one's G&T /iPad/book . Isolated claw foot baths ignore this vital fact.
last Saturday at 12:56PM     
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ingsaybalfour
Tiles are cold and encourage condensation Go for natural wood / elegant, mould-free Respotex. Which can carry sensational landscape photography.
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Decorating: Simple Ways to Bring Art Into Your Home

Art is not only the ultimate finishing touch, it adds personality like no other accessory. Be inspired by these ways to give it a home Full Story
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Mohamad Rezaee Roshan
I thought about the subject several times but didn't get any answer! til I read this article. thank you so much!
last Friday at 7:43PM     
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Decorating: Warm Up With These Creative Radiator Ideas

Step away from the white and traditional and embrace radiators that are a little out of the ordinary and lots of fun Full Story
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Feel Good Home: Double Up for Domestic Bliss

Twin basins, matching chairs, coordinating wardrobes… They might sound a bit twee, but they all add up to one happy couple. Here’s why Full Story
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Walk Interior Design Limited
Totally - Breaking Bad, The Bridge, The Shield, Mad Men, Dexter, The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie, The Treme.... TV these days delivers better scripts, acting and plots than 'most' movies!
Yesterday at 8:37AM   
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Sarah Alcroft
Couldn't agree more - deep into The Shield at the moment, though not exactly relaxing...
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September 1, 2014
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Rented Homes: How to Style the Seating Area in Your Living Room

Work around your landlord’s restrictions and create a beautiful spot in which to sit and admire your surroundings Full Story
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Pro to Pro: How Do I Market my Design Business?

Grab the attention of your target clients with these essential marketing tips Full Story
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Lovely article !! ( by 11pm on a Tuesday I'd be too pooped to even think about work !!)
August 31, 2014 at 8:35AM   
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Bathroom Planning: 10 Ways to Design a Practical Family Bathroom

Make your bathroom work for every member of the family with these smart solutions Full Story
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Bathroom
September 3, 2014 at 2:28AM   
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Exteriors: Creative Ways to Disguise Your Rubbish and Recycling Bins

Stow away your wheelie bins and hide your recycling boxes with these clever ideas for stylish waste disposal Full Story
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R Thomas Rainbow
For our house, which has been divided into four flats, we have five wheelie-bins, four in a row and one forming an L; the difficulty is that they need access both to the top, for us to put in rubbish/recycling, and to the front, so that the bin men can drag them out to empty. Has anyone solved this problem?
August 27, 2014 at 10:28AM   
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sunnie2day
Luciana, every time I see your gorgeous back garden I'm stunned all over again at what you've achieved in that space, and I love how well your bin store works!

We're in what we consider a temporary home. We own it but don't plan to stay long as we're looking for a 3-generation home. What to do with the bins has been a problem the past two years we've lived here - we'd parked them all over the plot trying to find a permanent spot that wouldn't cost much in time and money. One day my husband tired of bin dodging, got a shovel from the garage and over a few days we went from the (fuzzy, I know, I'm not the greatest photographer, lol) first snap to the second. Problem solved and it really has earned compliments from the neighbours!
August 28, 2014 at 4:00AM   
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Kitchen Planning: 10 Ways to Create an Amazing Indoor/Outdoor Space

Love your kitchen and your garden? Then why not merge them into one fabulous room? Full Story
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Luciana
If you ever plan something like this, either be very thorough from the beginning or pay a designer or architect to help make sure you end up with exactly what you want. We didn't and learnt this lesson the hard way; although we have a nice space all together, it's a bit all over the place and not really coordinated.

Firstly, we knew we want an indoor-outdoor space, so when we chose kitchen tiles we bought some 10sqm extra for the outside. The seller told us the tiles are frost resistant, but couldn't guarantee they won't become very slippery in the rain. The landscapers were really unhappy to use them though, saying that in their experience porcelain tiles outside don't fare too well in the long run and the wouldn't recommended it. We ended up buying slate slabs; at least we had them laid in the same pattern as in the kitchen.

Secondly, we wanted to raise the outside level to be flush with the kitchen floor; when the landscapers told us how many million(!!) cubic metres of gravel/ soil that would require, we gave up.

Lastly, I really liked this square/ angular approach that seem to make the space look larger and based the garden design on it, although our kitchen sofas are curved. Then, we used red in the kitchen and purple outside... etc.

As I said, it doesn't look too bad, but I wish we'd have had a cohesive plan from the beginning and not flounder our way through it.

view from kitchen 2014
Garden May 2014
August 23, 2014 at 8:23AM     
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