By Riva Hubert. Living Room. Published at Saturday, June 03rd, 2017 - 08:49:33 AM.
genuine, English kingdom home way is solid to replicate. It is a look that commands to be both timeless also livable, opulent but friendly. Having gash her teeth at Colefax & Fowler it is small wonder then that interior maker Vivien Greenock has managed to acquire the look spot on in her own home.
A plethora of design – chintz, checks, muted stripes – with strong carpets, soften the eighteenth century paneling, which is decorated a shelter between duck egg blue as well as watery green — darker beneath the dado rail together with lighter above. Pictures are altogether hung. big imposing portraits on the walls; plus small charming watercolours in tight categories around the fireplace.
nevertheless the area is filled with a plethora of 'stuff ' — pictures, objects, furniture ‐ there isn't a jarring note amid the crowd. 'Too frequently the English kingdom look is nameless ‐ like a country–house hotel,' says Vivien. 'I do not believe you could actually get the good look without using old things – rugs, paintings in–conjunction with antiques. It is those things that award a area permanent look, also a depth of feeling. I do not think the things have to be grand — much of the matter here I have just collected over time — but I do think you have to have a bit of an eye.
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