2013 January – Bespoke Furniture & Accessories


I believe that providing the perfect piece of furniture can add so much to a design, so my choice of bespoke furniture is my own design of sofa. The Sofa is covered in a Paseo Doble fabric from Christian Larcoix range. This kaleidoscopic all-over pattern is iconic of Lacroix. The velvet fabric has a timeless elegance style which makes this sofa a beautiful piece of furniture. The design of your upholstery also has a huge impact on the look and feel of your room. What is more this sofa adds an elegant classic feel into a contemporary scheme. A new sofa is not only a large investment but a large item that will affect the overall look of a room, therefore it is important to use suppliers who spend time and care establishing your exact requirements, from the colour of the wood to the firmness of the cushions. I have chosen the finishing of Featherlux fillings which combines comfort and convenience. The Cushion consists of a reflex foam centre wrapped in duck and feather down. Together this offers the look and feel of a feather cushion with the advantage of a fuller appearance after use. Black solid wood sofa feet are a great choice to complete the sofa look. In my opinion this sofa instantly gives any interior an injection of smart sophistication and luxury feel within the space.


Interior designers draw upon many disciplines to enhance the function, safety, and aesthetics of interior spaces. Different colours, textures, furniture, lighting, and space have to work together to meet the needs of a building’s occupants. Also finding the suitable accessories is really important to create useful and stylish interiors. As Mr. John Moore is a keen photographer I have chosen to display lots of photo frames around the room. In the same way I have accented one of the Moore’s walls by putting in a group few clocks to create a unique look. Collections of art or photography look fabulous when linked by scale, style and subject matter. Vases are like rooms within themselves and can be filled with flowers or left empty.



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