Simplicity is key. Monochromatic, simple antiques and objects meld together seamlessly to create this effortless space. The ornate mirror adds glamour and the cactus in a tin planter knocks the whole look back. My favourite photo!
I love this room – the layers of texture created by the bamboo blinds, heavy corduroy curtains, soft plaid armchair with its embroidered cushion, and the jazzy kelim rug infuse warmth and comfort into this interior. I love the pop of bright green leather on the antique chair. This is the perfect room to retreat into with a great novel.
What a space! The mellow browns, golds and duck-egg blues blend with the glass and metal elements to create a classic, timeless elegance. Hemp flooring can step up to classic interiors, as is seen here. The flop-over top curtains knock back the glam factor and keep the interior simple.
Yes, this is a bathroom – how luxurious is this spot? A gas fireplace create instant warmth and mood, with a chaise longue to relax into and contemplate the day. A touch of velvet pushed it up to the next level, as do the huge Venetian mirror and crystal chandelier.
This is so beautiful. I love the over-sized urns in the window seat, the pale blue working well with the sophisticated damask of the roman blind. The library shelves were designed to accommodate the charming library lights. The antique table and wonderful buttoned leather chair add an interest and depth that recalls the days of old.
Less is more here, a fabulous server from G2 (Greg Grant knows how to make wonderful tables!) with a few selected objects and a symmetrical pair of lamps. This symmetry is further enhanced by the leafy-themed set of framed botanical prints, echoed by a simple leaf arrangement in a humble ceramic vase on the server.