THE MONOCHROME COLLECTION
Chic and sophisticated, a monochrome scheme is the top of all classic looks. Use ivory, fawns, beiges and greys to create a soothing look – or add bold colours to create more drama. This furniture ensemble can go either way! Sooo flexible
Goldoni Black Occasional Chair
Cheriton Coffee Table (Black)
Cheriton Oak Side Table – Pair (Black)
We are delighted to bring you this collection. A calm serenity for luxurious relaxing.
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“We engaged Deborah to help us renovate our entire house. We selected her in the first instance obviously because we liked the designs we saw on her website, but primarily because she was easy to talk to and get along with. We felt that was going to be important to ensure we could work with her to create a stylish home that reflected us and our family.
From the outset she was calm, friendly and above all extremely patient. She really listened to what we liked and didn’t like and grasped our style with ease – and then made suggestions room by room including a ‘wow’ factor for each within the budget we set. We particularly like her approach of letting one decision lead to another which really helped us on such a large project and kept a theme running through the whole house.
Deborah opened our eyes to many ideas and suppliers we wouldn’t have otherwise considered or had access to. She effortlessly guided us through so many decisions and made what could have been a very stressful process easy. She always made herself quickly available for any queries or to chat ideas through and has been very generous with her time throughout the project. But best of all we love the stylish look she has created for us – contemporary but still with a homely feel. Can’t recommend Deborah highly enough.”
Mrs Carolyn Turner, Wokingham