The interior of this one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is inspired by classic English design, and it is possible that the owners are big fans of it. The characteristic furniture of classical forms, checkered upholstery of armchairs and pillows, lamps and a fireplace – all this is a usual set of almost any traditional English house. But no, it’s just an ordinary and not even the biggest Swedish apartment. Excellent decorator’s work!
English brand Paint & Paper knows a lot about beautiful color combinations, as for already more than 20 years it supplies designers and architects from all over the world with qualitative interior paints. The company is proud of its palette of 180 unique shades and the fact that the production is in the UK and meets the highest standards. Our attention was drawn to their wonderful catalog with gorgeous interiors decorated with their wonderful paint. Prepare for a large portion of color inspirations!
You can’t have too much of color – designer Jessica Buckley was perhaps guided by this principle, when she was creating the interiors of the beautiful townhouse in Edinburgh. The walls here are painted in the most vivid and rich shades, such as blue, red, pink, and the whole picture is complemented by all kinds of colorful paintings, textiles, wallpaper. Excellent and cheerful version of the traditional English design!
If you was not really a fan of classical interiors then there is a great chance that after viewing the portfolio of English designer Guy Goodfellow you can fall in love with this style, or at least look at it in a new way. Guy is a true master of traditional English design, his projects are always sophisticated and elegant, filled with life, abundant of interesting entourage, but at the same time not overloaded. This interiors are timeless!
The work of an interior stylist is a very delicate art, not everyone has enough talent and the ability to succeed in it. You need to be a little perfectionist, a bit photographer, often a romantic, and also to have an extraordinary sense of taste. It seems like London-based stylist Anna Mackie has all these characteristics perfectly combined to create such a wonderful interiors. Because of her talent, she is often invited to style shootings by such famous textile brands as Sanderson, Harlequin and Scion. Just look how beautiful these spaces are!
If you take separately all the textures and colors present in the interiors of this elegant apartment in Edinburgh, seems like it’s not possible to combine them together – the palette and the prints are so diverse. But designer Jessica Buckley was able to do it so well that as the result is a very bright and unique home with its own character and bold solutions. The dark gray wall paint was chosen here for good reason – it perfectly calms down such a splash of colors. Bravo!
Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian – the architecture of London bears the names of great English kings and, probably, that is why its greatness has survived to this day. This beautiful townhouse belongs to the latter. The owners have been living here for 12 years, but after recently their youngest son went to University, they started a big renovation. Renewed interiors got more light, air, and color, but most importantly – they are still in perfect harmony with the magnificent architecture. We invite you to step inside!
And still, there is something special and attractive in the wonderful historic architecture that modern new residential buildings cannot provide. This is a generous ceiling height, huge windows almost on the whole wall, and if you’re lucky – original elements of decor, which have survived more than one hundred years. All these characteristics are possessed by this magnificent townhouse in the capital of Scotland Edinburgh. For the last 60 years, the house was used as an office of a law company, but the new owner, a local designer, decided to return the former glory to home.
“To spend the night in a mine” – 100 years ago this phrase would make everyone confused due to not the most pleasant associations. But now the time has changed, as, for example, the building of one old engine house in Cornwall was recently converted to a unique romantic escape, which is now for rent. Guests here get complete privacy, views of the endless expanses of one of the most beautiful regions of England and such cozy and timeless interiors. Pure beauty!
Good old English classic interiors are something that never fades with time. This is perhaps one of the most durable and timeless style and trend in design. True English classics are never boring and is loved not only by people of respectable age but also often by young and progressive. Today we have another excellent example of just such a design – a cozy traditional cottage in the county of Hempreshire. As a bonus – touches of festive decor in decoration!