The client wanted a super Luxe country house feel, yet with an overtone of contemporary design.
The house was so inspiring with its beautiful gravel drive and topiary gardens, the exterior gave us the inspiration for the interior design, with a palette of soft natural fabrics, ranging from designer linens to James hare and James Brindley textured silks, which we used to make the hand finished interlined bespoke window dressings. Between cascading curtains, to tailored roman blinds, it was a perfect fit for the unusual and unique windows, bringing the colour across onto the piping of the crème sofa linked it subtly without being obvious, resulting in a harmonious feel and flow to the rooms..
The furniture all of which was bespoke and designed by April Hamilton anchored the scheme with its dark rich tones of polished wood and eglomise mirror detail.
With Andrew Martin and Porta Romana supporting us in our lighting choices brought the scheme together almost seamlessly and provided beautiful interesting sculptured pieces to catch the eye.
The David Salisbury conservatory was so beautiful we decided to keep the furniture simple and understated with the bespoke chairs in a Bruges styled fabric from Design Forum & simple bleached wooden dining table & linen dining chairs achieved the country house feel with a contemporary laid back appeal.