When this family moved into their South West London home, they used Decology to style the grand living room in the ground floor of the property. The brief was simple – to create a stylish living room that reflects their latin heritage and love of travel while respecting the Victorian character of the property.
Taking the existing Arctic Pear chandelier, Art pieces and travel treasures as a starting point, Trudy balanced the informal global feel with traditional English furniture, such as the velvet chesterfield and vintage leather club chair. The muted colour scheme is elevated through the dark charcoal built in libraries.
The result is a relaxing, stylish living room that truly reflects both the global heritage of it’s inhabitants and the English tradition of the building.
When they moved into their new house this 8-year-old-Lego-enthusiast got a new room with only an old bunk bed in it. Our client wanted help to create a room that her son can grow in, and that provided space for work and play.
The decologist recommended dismantling the bunk bed and using one of the beds. A palette of orange, navy and white was chosen, and approved by our young client. A world map mural was then chosen as the focal point of the room, making the room boyish yet not childish. Shelves in the alcoves were built to display the Lego creations and a storage unit was put in place to store the blocks.
The World map makes a stunning focal point, and our young client loves pinning places he visits. A comfortable desk at the window is not only stylish but provides a perfect place to do homework
The clients were completing the refurbishment of their southwest London home, and were keen to have the input of an interior designer for their smaller living room to ensure their vision of a bright, calm space reflecting her Swedish background was considered right from the start. The rest of the house is very open plan, so this was to be a more intimate grown up space for the adults in the family to enjoy.
Our Decologist’s starting point was a Crittal window wall that was planned between the hallway and the living room as part of the refurbishment. Using a clean white palette and limed floorboards for a typically Scandinavian backdrop, the designer incorporated the clients most cherished pieces – heirloom chairs (her mum’s, mum’s, mum’s chairs) and typically Swedish decorative items like the brass pot and the wooden candle holder to create a warm and inviting room.
The brass drinks trolley and framed oil painting add a splash of grandeur.
The light and airy scheme weaves together whites softened with greys and different woods. A restored cast iron fireplace brings character to the room and adds a graphic punch, picked up in the simple black frames of Chinese artworks and the critical window wall.
When this North London couple had their first baby, they naturally wanted her to be close to them, so they settled her in the room next to their’s on the second floor of their Georgian home in trendy Islington. The only problem? this was our client’s dressing room!
Their Decologist was tasked to create an elegant baby girl nursery, on a budget as Baby would move room’s in the next year or two. The designer used a mix of textures and on-trend soft pastels to create a calm and stylish environment. A mix of wall hung storage solutions are used to accommodate baby toys, clothes and books while the main built in units in the room still house Mum’s stylish wardrobe.
Photographs of the finished room coming soon.
Our client wanted to convert a small neglected bedroom in her Dublin home into a versatile and stylish spare bedroom, that would also house the family’s overflow storage and serve as an occasional home office for her and solicitor husband.
Our Decologist designed a built-in bed, desk and cupboard solution that wraps around the room, making best use of the limited space. Tones of blue, teal and brown where use to create a serene environment. Depth and interest are achieved by an unusual mix of textures Belgian linens, hide, velvet , shiny copper accents and bamboo.
The resulting guest room is practical multifunctional and stylish. Making the best out of Photographs of the finished room coming soon
Our client wanted to make their neglected basement in South London into a fun-filled space for the whole family to enjoy , to work and to play. An existing sofa and rug were the starting point for this colourful, modern and quirky design.
The Decologist sectioned the space in three main zones: work, play and relaxation. The play area featured the existing table football, a chalk board wall and a bean-bag sofa for the children to read and build dens. In the work zone, a glass table on acid yellow metal legs and fun card-board chairs and quirky storage make a perfect work zone for mum when the kids are at school.
Finally, to complement the existing furniture in the relaxation area the designer added a quirky puff, coffee and side tables and the all important wall-hung bar. Fun cushions and accessories were added throughout to bring the look together.
The final result? A unique playful space that has something for everyone.
Our client had a lovely countryside cottage that he wanted to let out on airbnb when it wasn’t being used by the family. The had been in the family for many years and used a few weekends a year, it was furnished with mainly an odd collection of overflow furniture and the owner wanted to spruce it up to maximise her airbnb income.
To create a sophisticated English country style our decologist started from the bottom up with this show stopper rug – the large scale of the floral pattern is a modern take on country style. The brown, pink and patterned cushions complement the rug beautifully and the gold and vintage mirror accents bring some glamour to the space.
The resulting room is a modern take on he English country cottage look, perfect for those looking to experience the countryside for a weekend. An unorthodox furniture layout make the room cozy and welcoming and frees up access to the garden door improving circulation around the house.
When we had to setup our new office, we knew who to turn to design it. We were working from a small soul-less co-working space and felt we definitely needed some help to make it a fab inspirational space.
Our talented designer had to work with a very small budget and based and around the existing office furniture already in place. The designer drew inspiration from the art work our founder brought back from her latest trip to Caracas, our obsession with mid-century modern dully satisfied with the vintage leather sofa and Ercol butterfly chairs.
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