The brief was to re-design a living/dining room and hallway in a colourful, contemporary minimalist style, incorporating bright colours. My Client, Jim, wasn’t keen on patterns or florals, and didn’t like wallpaper. My solution was to bring colour and pattern into the scheme via big, bold artwork. I suggested Cornforth White by Farrow and Ball as the main wall colour, with a feature wall painted in Charlotte’s Locks, a wonderful vibrant orange.
The clean lines and plain colours of the furniture contrast with the bright rug and geometric cushions. Engineered oak flooring adds warmth.
I commissioned the abstract artwork from a local artist, to complement the contemporary style and colour scheme of the space.
Glass table with oak legs reflect the light and leather dining chairs are comfy and chic.
Oversized art adds colour and pattern and distracts the eye from the wall mounted TV.
Jim loves his new-look living room, which now really reflects his style and personality.