Interesting wall treatment of this former chapel-cum-restaurant. Not so keen on the curtains but the chairs are a solid choice with a lovely shade of brown faux leather – similar samples are available from us, here.
Apparently this is known as a “Mrs. Godfrey Chair” and is made by Jonathan Adler. We love the textured upholstery linen in a teal like colour and with an interesting detail to the weave and to the upholstery. Of course you can get similar KOTHEA fabric samples from here – we have several ranges of upholstery weight linen.
Areen are more well known for their contract projects. This one clearly shows they can turn their hands to villas as well when needs must !
This Collector’s townhouse from April Russell i visually engaging fro many perspectives. Of course we come at it from the soft furnishings and love the deep red faux leather.
KOTHEA supply high specification luxury faux leathers to the trade and you can get faux leather samples here.
Another no-fabrics-on-display image 🙁 . This time a great pool setting by April Hamilton. To be practical a pool has to be large, heavy and rectangular which poses significant issues for an interior designer.
Anouska Hempel Design – restaurant interior design with flair. Not much here we can say about fabrics for once but we like the place settings and ambience.
MY St David Exterior Seating by Andrew Winch. Not a bad view and nice seating to enjoy it from.
Private Lives Interiors (Annabel Hall) in Surrey have completed many fantastic interiors projects. This sofa looks like it’s part of another.
We love the ribbed, textured upholstery (very similar to KOTHEA Twig design) and the great contrasting colours and textures of the cushions.
We love the beautiful accents and textured fabrics and … just kidding. Hempel Design LA suite West. I stayed at The Hempel many years ago and loved the elegance and modern design. I remember having difficulty finding my room as the room numbers were shone by lights onto the floor and I was champagne-worse-for-wear. Amazing place. Amazing spaces.
I had this great idea to somehow do something like this for my new dining room. I imagined Moroccan or Middle Eastern colours and textures and a sunken souk eating area. It eventually turned out white and Hempel-esque. Oh well.