If carefully planned, lighting not only provides functional illumination, it also plays a vital role in setting the tone and mood of a space. Drawing on our experience of designing lighting schemes for a wide range of clients’ homes – from Georgian townhouses to contemporary penthouses – we share our advice on how to design lighting schemes for the key areas of the home.
Consideration of every detail contributes to an interior scheme that exudes warmth, character and understated luxury. We’ve assembled images of a few design details featured in our recently completed St John’s Wood project that showcase exquisite attention to detail and the layering of textures and finishes to great effect.
Stripes are a fantastic way to add instant energy to a room. As well as bringing a sense of drama to a space, their clean lines provide a structure which can then be enhanced with the addition of contrasting patterns and colours.
We look at the key areas of the home to focus on with a view to adding value as well as creating a stylish update you and your family can enjoy for many years to come.
Nothing beats the feeling of stepping into a five-star hotel room and being enveloped in a sense of luxury, comfort and indulgence. Here’s our guide on how to bring hotel-inspired design into your own home.
Bespoke joinery provides the opportunity to create something original and unique that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, while at the same time integrating seamlessly into a design scheme.
Effective storage and well-planned systems can make an enormous difference to the smooth running of your home. We look at some of the storage solutions we’ve incorporated into a few of our residential interior design projects.
Here at RWD, texture is a key part of our aesthetic. Creating contrasting textural layers helps to bring a design scheme together, while adding warmth, depth and character to a room. On-trend materials such as faux fur, leather, bronze and stone can be combined to create real impact and a truly individual look.