Master Bedroom

Heavy coving and dated wallpaper on sloping walls created quite an oppressive feel in this room. By removing all these elements the space instantly felt more open. The same paint finish was used on walls, ceiling, skirting and woodwork in order to blur the lines between the ceiling and the sloping walls and make the room feel far more seamless. This delicate shade of Peignoir by Farrow & Ball was chosen as it leads through to the ensuite which has been designed in the same shade. Introducing a traditional fireplace in this room really gave this master bedroom a stunning feature focal point. 

The wardrobes were in very good order so it made sense to keep these in the room as they gave valuable storage. By painting these the same colour as the walls they instantly felt less dominant in the space and the delicate muted backdrop allows the solid brass closet bar handles, with diamond-cut knurled detailing to shine. 

A subtle metallic pattern on the curtains complements the closet bar handles and the antique chair was recovered in a soft raw silk adding wonderful natural textures to the room. 

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before and during shots

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