Coastal House Beautiful
The House Beautiful article, written by Janet McMeekin, explains how the brief set by my clients was to design a home which reflected the local area and wherever possible used local tradesmen, artists and suppliers. The interior design needed to feature my clients extensive art and ceramic collection which were they only items they brought from their previous London home and were to be the focus of their new home. I sourced all of the furniture, fittings and accessories for this project ensuring that each item had contemporary simplicity, a nod of retro or were iconic design classics.
The pretty coastal village where my clients live is near to my own home, so on a clear July morning I set of to further discover the character, textures and colours of the village.
My interior scheme used my photography of the area as a starting point and a palette was created which included soft grey, blue tones and vivid red found on the safety boards and life rings. You can read more about using this scheme in my July Colour Pallet here.
Three key pieces of furniture in the Coastal Townhouse include the long bookcase behind the sofa, the lounge sideboard and the glass and oak dining table, all of which I designed specifically for this client. You can see more images of these items in the portfolios here.
Over the coming weeks I will talk much more about individual aspects of this project, in the mean time I am sure you would enjoy the House Beautiful article and the wonderful photography by Richard Gadsby.
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