Kate Marker on…
Her interior decor
‘The space is inviting and warm while honouring the vintage details of the home. The property consists of very large rooms so I wanted a light and bright neutral palette to be soothing and cohesive as the spaces flow into each other. The textures and details provided by the home's original architecture, such as detailed plaster crown moulding, bluestone floors and lead steel windows all provide an authenticity, yet allow for modern comfort that a family today desires - 100 years after the home was built.’
Creating a home
‘To make a house a home, rugs, window treatments and artwork should be given just as much consideration as furnishings, hardware and finishes. These items are often overlooked but truly bring the personalization and warmth to a room.’
‘To me, timeless style means a mix of old and new… spaces become dated if they channel the trends of one time, but instead, timelessness is achieved by layering and juxtaposing classic pieces with modern silhouettes plus a curated selection of decor and accessories.’
This elegant en-suite creates a subtle statement with modern wallpaper to bring personality by Hygge and West, marble surfaces and a hint of rattan panelling to the vanity. The white and grey palette is bright and breezy making this space feel pure and open.
Interior Insights: Bathroom
Interior Insights: Coffee Bar
Part of the kitchen, we couldn’t help but give this exceptional coffee bar it’s own section. The painted sage cabinets finished with polished brass hardware from our Washwood collection open to reveal innovative storage to house the coffee bar essentials complete with a mini sink and of course, the coffee machine.
Interior Insights: Dressing Area
A space to get ready should be brimming with natural light and this stylish dressing table unit is situated in the perfect position. Flourishes of polished brass glow radiantly when the light pours in adding a luxurious touch to the neat and neutral space.
Featuring: Leebank Knob in polished brass unlacquered