A Suna Sneaky Peak... (posted 7th April 2017)
...At a few of our latest projects! The Suna Interior Design team has been busy working on some fantastic designs and while we can't show you all of them today, we decided that we definitely needed to give you a sneaky peak of a few.
Our design team is excited and knowledgeable about design, they live and embrace it and this is translating into their designs and the wonderful spaces that they're creating. They're using interesting and captivating artworks, wallpapers, colour palettes, selecting beautiful pieces of furniture and are getting wonderfully creative with their styling!
Flicking through the photos that the designers have taken of their just-installed projects, albeit before the cleaners have been in and do keep in mind that these aren't professional photos, each of the spaces and rooms are really considered and captivating!! These are some really WOW designs!
We're excited about them and think you will be too! So enjoy these sneaky-peak-snaps this Friday.
The first project that we're showing you is for a 4-bed house in Cambridge:
The stylish entrance hall
The living room is impactful, inviting and comfortable
Who wouldn't want to take time out and spend it in this reading corner with a cup of tea (or glass of wine)
The master bedroom is chic and alluring with Cole & Son Riviera wallpaper creating a feature wall behind the bed.
The guest bedroom is one of my favourite spaces in this house. The artwork hanging on the wall behind the bed is just so intriguing! The headboard, bed styling, side tables and lamps are sophisticated in a neutral ivory palette with touches of dark charcoal and grey. The dark wall forms the ideal backdrop for the beautiful images and mirrors.
Vibrant and cheerful!
A fun and fascinating room for any child.
The second project that we're showing you today is a three-bed house in Buckinghamshire:
The entrance hall - these stylish hooks both look great and are ideal for hanging handbags, scarves, coats etc.
The living room embraces a palette of grey with pops of coral and rose that bring the space to life.
The dining room echo's the palette of the living room. The artwork hanging in the dining room helps to create a visual division of space between the living and dining rooms.
The master bedroom continues the sophisticated soft grey palette with the rose / dusty pink a more prominent feature.
This hand-carved headboard instantly captures your eye, drawing you towards the soft, velvety textures on the cushions and throws on the bed.
This bedroom is a little girl's heaven with pink, fun and a little quirk.
It's always exciting when a team comes back from an install with loads of pics of their lovely project. And if we're excited by them, we hope you will be too. Watch this space, we'll be bringing you more sneaky-peaks!
Have a great weekend,