The Slow Cottage style is simplistic, honest and pared back, nudging on austere but with plenty of comfort and a hint of pretty. Characterised by a neutral colour palette with oversized furnishings & accessories this style is grown up and sophisticated but also calm and understated. A Slow Cottage is furnished mostly in vintage and period pieces, sympathetically restored, renovated or displaying original signs of age, with mushy and muted accent colours.
Soulful Minimalism If you love a simple, uncluttered yet soulful space, filled only with necessities and treasured pieces then this is your style. Soulful Minimalism is a real life curation of meaningful belongings that support important, everyday functions but also make us feel good. It’s about specific design details and what they mean to us. It’s about cherished pieces […]
This style is epitomised by lazy, cozy living with squishy sofas, layered textures and a soft cushiony vibe. It’s an easy style with only a few important principles to follow for the most successful finish.
Neutral living blends natural materials such as wicker, wood, wool and cotton with a drab palette of colours such as cool and warm greys, browns and beiges, creams and whites and soft subdued earthy tones with accents of mushy, muted pastels.
If you are passionate about creating interesting, soulful, sustainable and thrifty interiors and love mixing vintage with high street, then Old & New is your style.
This style is epitomised by the juxtaposition of using old things in a new house, new things in an old house or, as I prefer, a combination of both. It’s a quirky style, affording a degree of flexibility, but there are some important principles to follow for the most successful finish.