Crowell Hill

Chinnor, Oxon

BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS ARE TONALLY LINKED WITH A BESPOKE RUG INSPIRED BY ARTWORK FROM EGON SCHIELE

ANOTHER BESPOKE RUG WITH A CONTEMPORARY DESIGN TYING AN AUTUMNAL PALETTE  TOGETHER

A SNUG TO VISUALLY TRANSITION FROM OLD TO NEW, USING A LIGHTER COLOUR PALETTE AND MID CENTURY PIECES OF FURNITURE & A THIRD BESPOKE RUG, THIS TIME INSPIRED BY AN ANCIENT ROMAN MOSAIC SEEN AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM

A STUNNING GLASS WALKWAY THROUGH TO AN OPEN PLAN KITCHEN AND DINING AREA OVERLOOKING A WOODLAND GARDEN

CONTEMPORARY ARTWORK SITS AMONGST ANTIQUE FURNITURE TO REFLECT THIS NEW SPACE WHILST LINKING IT TO THE REST OF THE HOUSE

BESPOKE BUILT OAK CABINETRY SITS OPPOSITE A WALL OF HAND DRAWN WALLPAPER TO GIVE THE SMALLEST OF ROOMS A BIG PERSONALITY

Case Study

Introducing the blog post, with a link below.

“We really enjoyed working with Kate and found the whole process very collaborative from start to finish. We love her eye for colour and the way she interpreted our not entirely mainstream ideas to come up with workable solutions. She listened carefully to what we wanted and translated it very pragmatically. In particular she gave great input into our ideas for the design of our rugs and ensured we ended up with what we had envisaged.

Kate also has a great address book of suppliers covering not only bespoke rugs but also sofa makers, curtain and blind makers, decorators, upholsterers and carpenters. She is good to work with – efficient, punctual and keeping us updated on progress.
Kate turned something that we viewed as a bit of a chore into a process we really enjoyed and we look forward to working with her again in future.”

Client, Chinnor

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