Modern style is often mistakenly used to describe sparsely decorated spaces. This space designed by Domicile Interiors challenges that theory.
By mixing objects from far flung origins, such as the Greek style studded fret pattern that envelopes the glass topped table, to the chinoiserie inspired handles on the tray, you are taken on a visual journey.
A 1930’s design sensibility is represented by the pale palette. The brass elephant sits in your eye line and catches the brass on the book ends.
Framed by a simple vase holding sweet orchids and two milky glass bottles help bring logic to the white timber of the hall table. The timber framed O mirror is the last touch and is appreciated by all.