Posts Tagged ‘British Design’

Article written by Harrington College of Design Alumna Lisa Natale, as featured on her blogsite http://blog.cocorating.com.

The most popular and awaited wedding of the century finally arrived and if you had to describe this moment in one word… STUNNING!!!!! The entire event was unforgettable and magical that I must admit I became slightly obsessed with making sure I soaked in everything I could about this spectacular wedding. Although, I guess I was not alone with a whopping two billion viewers tuning in to watch Kate and William tie the knot! Incredible!

With all of the British mania going around I had to showcase ways on how you too could incorporate the playful yet sophisticated British style into your home.

Wallpaper from a great British company, Osborne & Little. This company is known to have graphic, bold, and vibrant wallpapers that if used right in the space can create a sophisticated yet playful environment. Pictures above are from Osborne & Little and LNM Interiors.

Modern interpretation of the classic English wing Chair from British Designer Julian Chichester.

How great would these look in a library with coffered ceilings and wood paneling…or in a lounge at your local pub? Fabrics are a great way to bring in a witty motif into your space. Both furniture pieces above are by Halos.

I love this artwork from Left Bank Art. Great way to express yourself is through art and why not subtly let your guest know who really is the Queen bee!

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