The colours look faded and a little dirty in
comparison with the cover above
Love the wallpaper (design AND colour), the mirror and console
Brave choice - turquoise with fuchsia pink and then a hit of kelly green
Clever use of mirrors and like the orange
window frames - who'd have thought?!
A light installation in a stair well - great use
of a normally bland, empty space
Stainless steel is a bit boring but the pink more than compensates
I've seen a gad-zillion mood boards in my time but
never in a bathroom. Like it. Like it a lot.
The man - who I once met in London (he's tiny!) - on a sofa
that is not really my cup of tea
I thought I'd post some pics of UK fashion designer Matthew Williamson's cool and colourful London home - after talking about it here - which features on the cover of the latest Elle Decoration magazine and has previously been on the cover of Domino magazine.
Yep, it's pretty out there and even I don't think I could live with quite so many electric hues I love that he has been brave. After all, someone has to lead the pack. Then the reinterpreted, distilled look will eventually make its way down into accessible homeware brands.
Anyway, love to know what you think, especially the differences between how the two magazines have styled and presented the covers (such as use of props and colour tweaks). There's a great commentary on Mirror Mirror, which is where I sourced these pics.
Images courtesy of Domino, Elle Decoration and Mirror Mirror