We’ve got something a little different for you today. A recent interior design graduate, Catt Murray has designed three stunning, but each varying, room schemes for us, to give you a feel for some of the looks you can create using our products, and we’ll talk you through each look below. All 3 room schemes are very different, which highlights how our products can be used in so many different styles of décor. We hope you love them as much as we do!
The Femme Fatale
We love monochrome, we love pink, and we love gold, so what’s not to love when you combine all three for a deliciously luxe femme fatale room scheme. The monochrome Jaspe Stripe wallpaper by Cole & Son is a classic colour combo that shouts elegance, but for a decidedly feminine twist liven it up with a good strong dash of pink. Paintwork such as doors and skirting boards are in a soft pink with accessories and furniture in a mix of monochrome, pink and gold. The accents of gold create the luxe look and, as always, think about contrasts in texture such as the blush velvet armchair, feather juju wall hanging and rattan baskets, and for a dash of va-va-voom hang an exotic gold unicorn head to lift the scheme out of the ordinary. Quirky but classic, and oh so sexy.
The Dashing Gent
This masculine colourful room scheme is not just for a dashing gent, of course, but we couldn’t resist the title! And dashing it certainly is with the sumptuous deep button armchair in orange as the centrepiece of the room scheme. The rest of the colours are neutral with Black Blue paint by Farrow & Ball and dark wood flooring. Keep pattern to a minimum with wallpaper by Zoffany and a zebra print cowhide rug. Add a gilt bar cart with lashings of gold accessories for a dashing gentleman’s club theme and throw in a few quirky pieces and whatever your gender you have a cosy, but fun, space to relax in.
The Glamorous Artisan
For an elegant pared back look that exudes glamour you can’t beat a navy and gold room scheme. Keep the basics simple with Marble wallpaper by Milton & King, Dock Blue paint by Little Greene and natural oak flooring then add a splash of colour with a stand out scalloped velvet armchair – such a hard colour to define, is it mustard, is it gold, or is it olive? Whatever it is its quite fab, mellow and rich. The clean lines of the open shelving unit and gold and marble side table allow the eye to flow through the space and create a tranquil feel, with the richness of the gold adding depth. To stop the navy and gold room scheme feeling cold layer up textures and pattern with a gold splattered cowhide rug on the floor, feather wall art and handmade wool cushions.
So tell me, which scheme is your favourite? Our top pick here at Audenza HQ is The Femme Fatale!
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