This mood board was created for s stylish hair salon in Notting Hill, London. The salon uses wonderful organic products. They were looking for a design scheme that was cutting edge high fashion rather than an organic, earthy feel. Proving you don't have to compromise on style while choosing organic products.
This design was created for a client in Devon, England. She was looking for a design scheme that would incorporate some of her eclectic pieces while reflecting the beauty of the seaside.
This dining room scheme was created for one of our clients who returned to their English home after living around the world. This colour scheme enhanced the unique dining room furniture she found on one of her travel excursions.
This sample was created for a family who had just returned to their home in England after living as expats all over the world. They had thought that their new international treasures would not fit into their previous home. The design solved that, incorporating their various pieces from Africa, as well as their silk rugs from the Middle East.
We created this mood board for inspiration when choosing the colours and textures for the penthouse. It was an open floor plan and we chose to keep the colour palette light while adding interest with pattern and textures. This sample board represents some of the elements that were used in the space.
This mood board was created for a couple who had just purchased a penthouse in Mayfair. All of their children had moved away and they were looking for a sophisticated design to complement their lavish new entertaining space.
This sample board completes the Timeless Chic design scheme. The accessories chosen for the room added the sophisticated glamour the couple were looking for.
This scheme was created for a country home in the English countryside. The colour palette was chosen to enhance a series of collectable Indian polo prints the client owned.
This kitchen was designed for a mews flat in London. I chose contemporary elements that added a reflective quality to the space. The space was an open floor plan to the living area. The mirrored tile in the kitchen made the space feel more decorative from the living area.
This design scheme was created for a consulting room for a psychoanalyst. I created a room that had elements that would appeal to both men and woman. I chose elements that would add a sense of strength to the space as well as choosing softer elements such as the metallic floral wallpaper. The velvet sofa was chosen to add a sense of comfort to the space.