My new favourite colours

Loving the latest project - my new favourite colours! Still lots to finish but habitable till then!

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Curating a townhouse

The most recent project had been brilliant in showing me that I can curate as well as create. My client had very large pieces of antiques and furniture from a six bedroom house in the country. We needed to find the pieces that worked in a terrace townhouse in London. We achieved in making them work and that they made sense for London living. And then we created everything around them. These are just some of the details that went into it. The best feeling - my client feels it's her home and she's happy. :) More photos when every bit of snagging has been done. Fired Earth Original BTC BenjaminMoore.net

 Love these stairwell lights from  Original BTC

Love these stairwell lights from Original BTC

96% done...

We're at 96% done - in terms of getting approval from the council - but filling the space has begun...the fun part. 

New project

Starting on a new project - a 5000 sq ft home in North London. Client's preferred colour - white! Hmmm. A very different brief - but I am allowed to change their minds! YES - a good challenge. My kitchen has been taken over with mood boards.

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All coming together

The end is in sight and the pieces are all coming together ... these are just some of the details that are making their appearences - as the rooms are not ready to be photographed yet.

 A purple front door with gleaming chrome hardware. Purple chosen to work with the beautiful wisteria that covers the building walls.

A purple front door with gleaming chrome hardware. Purple chosen to work with the beautiful wisteria that covers the building walls.

 Master Bedroom - still missing a few pieces of furniture but the vision is coming together - to work around the enforced choice of mantelpiece (Reeded Regency from Chesney's), we reworked the furniture and the colour scheme to balance out it's dominance.

Master Bedroom - still missing a few pieces of furniture but the vision is coming together - to work around the enforced choice of mantelpiece (Reeded Regency from Chesney's), we reworked the furniture and the colour scheme to balance out it's dominance.

    Royal Kew Garden glazed flower pots - filled with herbs

 

Royal Kew Garden glazed flower pots - filled with herbs

Paris Duplex features in Arquitectura magazine (Mexico)

New York Penthouse featured in Arquitectura magazine (Mexico)