This home belonging to Swedish interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander, caught my attention because I found the proportions of her eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary quite unusual. Her bohème de luxe style seems to create a striking opulence to the pared down home built in 1884. The contrast of dark and light lends a sense of drama to the interior, and the exaggerated dimensions of the furniture gives a masculine style to the home. It’s striking, intentional and keeps me interested. What do you think?
Hello everyone! I’m thrilled to be featured by one of UK’s largest home furnishing brands, Terry’s Fabrics. I was interviewed for their regular Design Insights column and shared my inspirations, creative process and design aesthetics. Take a look…I’m super pleased how it turned out!
click on the Designer Insights link to read the full article and where to get my 5 top choices for this season.