A red brick fireplace was the starting point to this wonderful design. Adding softer colours and textures has made this room into a cosy retreat.
Luxurious new sofas were made, and dressed with a beautiful range of cushions in mixed fabrics of wool, silk and velvet. The panelled wallpaper and lantern-style wall lights provided a simple understated feature behind the sofa, and adding over-sized chunky lamps gave balance to the design. The bespoke gentleman’s armchair in a British wool tartan sits smartly next to the fire.
In the garden room, it was essential to retain the views as the focal point of the room, while creating a stylish and comfortable lounging area.
We added linen damask curtains and pelmets featuring enhanced wool trim and oversized tie-backs to frame the views, and to retain a light, airy feel. The room looks particularly beautiful from the minstrel gallery above, where you can get a real sense of just how much natural light flows into the room.
The entrance hall put the finishing touch to our client’s new interior, providing a friendly welcome with statement papers, an upholstered tartan chaise, and quirky cushions.
We improvised a curtain pole in the cloakroom by selecting a branch to complete the natural country look, and used a similar technique to create a lovely new perch for the pheasant to occupy.