Natasha is interiors reporter at Dezeen.
She graduated from Brunel University with first-class honours in English literature. She has completed internships at several publications, including Gentleman's Journal, Country & Townhouse, and Kensington & Chelsea Magazine.
She joined Dezeen as an intern in April 2017, and was quickly promoted to the role of editorial assistant five months later, before being made interiors reporter in the summer of 2018.
Bathrooms can easily be dismissed as the dullest room of the house, but there's plenty of opportunity to play around with material and colour. Interiors reporter Natasha Levy has selected eight striking bathing spaces to learn from. More
A vivid green floor covered in semi-precious stones is the focal point of this decadent Asian restaurant in central London, which has been created by The Ivy in collaboration with Adam Ellis Studio. More
In our latest competition, we're offering our readers the chance to stay at the Ameron Frankfurt Neckarvillen Boutique hotel, which occupies a series of historic buildings at the heart of the German city's centre. More
As London's Geffrye Museum sets to reopen as the Museum of the Home for summer 2020, director Sonia Solicari explains why she thinks the history of interiors is "absolutely relevant" in contemporary society. More
Clay bricks, onyx and plush velvet are just some of the materials that creative duo Giada Forte and Robert Vattilana have used for the interior of this fashion boutique, which has opened in west London. More