A Sense of History and Modern with Saturated Blue Walls

This was one of those pictures that stopped me in my tracks. Designed by Jessica Buckley Interiors, the intensity and depth of the blue grasscloth wallpaper is captivating. It’s called Blueberry by Phillip Jefferies. I’m making note of this for my next house. Next to the couch, that’s the best wow factor of the room. But then, I’m biased because I’m drawn to everything blue. I do have to say though that I love how the soft vintage pinks of the chairs adds a calm elegance to the room and adds a sense of history right next to the fireplace. The rug is another key factor to this room. While it’s still strong in colors, it’s not saturated like the walls and couch yet it still manages to add color and fun to the room and tie it all in. The glass coffee table keeps it light and its gold frame adds glamor (You can never go wrong with glamor. After all, we all want a little bit of it in our life. This is where we can get it.)

The table that has been deemed the bar area grounds the room and again, brings a touch of history to the space. Every room could use a touch of antique, whether it’s an accessory piece or a furniture piece. It basically automatically adds sophistication. The art and the lamp adds a very nice touch of modernism. I do love the little fun surprise element of two little pieces of art on the left side of the fireplace right above the pink chair.

That couch. I am obsessed with it. So much that I searched with desperate hopes that I’d find another photograph with a better view of it. Lo and behold!!! I found one!!! Check it out:

Is that not the most amazing couch ever? Also taking note to do this for my next house. I found this on Georgiana Design’s Tumblr. I’ve stumbled upon this account before and have found quite a few beautiful images, but I digress.

I’m just so smitten!

Check out more of the flat here as Neale Smith was the photographer and here where Apartment Therapy featured it.


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