Homes With Direction! (posted 24th April 2013)
YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A JONES TO HAVE A STRONG URGE TO PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAINS TO VIEW THE CHOICES AN INTERIOR DESIGNER MAKES IN THEIR OWN HOME.
Here we can see exactly how one of the co-directors of Suna Interior Design, Rebecca Tucker, designed her South London family home. Look out for our other director, Helen Fewster’s home,in the next issue of our magazine.
“Our living room is the hub of our house, so comfy oversized petrol velvet sofa, cushions and a mix and match style are the order of the day! ”
“Even in a Victorian house you can work with modern elements, especially in the kitchens and bathrooms, so crisp white and white oak units, against a strong painted wall colour teams practical and aestehtic elements”
“Carefully chosen design classics against our beautiful wooden sash windows and old school radiator, one of my favourite 'views' in our house”
“My collections have been built over the years and are representative of our time together as a family”
“Mixing patterns and colours, textures and styles over time 'builds' a home, making it feel loved and lived in”
“Natural stones and earthy colours warms a potentially cold space, making a bathroom a welcome retreat in the home”