This house was so inspiring with its beautiful gravel drive and topiary gardens that the exterior gave us the inspiration for the interior design. We chose soft natural fabrics- including designer linens and a combination of James Hare and James Brindley textured silks – and used them to make hand finished bespoke window dressings.
These cascading curtains and tailored roman blinds were a perfect fit for the unusual and unique windows. We brought colours across onto the piping of the crème sofa, a subtle link resulting in a more harmonious feel and flow to the rooms.
The bespoke furniture was designed by our team. It anchors the scheme with dark rich tones of polished wood and eglomise mirror glass. We chose Andrew Martin and Porta Romana to support us with our lighting designs.
Our aim was to create beautiful, interesting sculptured pieces that effortlessly catch the eye. The David Salisbury conservatory was so beautiful that we decided to keep everything here simple and understated.
We sourced bespoke chairs in a Bruges styled fabric from Design Forum; a simple bleached wooden dining table; and linen dining chairs.
The result is a luxurious country house feel with our contemporary laid-back touch.