Rose Uniacke is an interior designer, a designer of furniture and also a lighting designer. She works for individual clients and also has a showroom. These three activities complement each other perfectly, and today we’ll show you some amazing projects designed by her! Take a look…
A contemporary pool house sitting in the grounds of a Grade 1 listed 17th century Manor House. Rose’s brief was to create a harmonious interior within the context of a contemporary wooden structure.
The creation of a contemporary London home without disturbing the building’s Victorian history or context. “The client knew he wanted a fairly contemporary approach, and he had started working on joining the two buildings together with architects Eldridge Smerin,” explained her.
To complete the living room looks nothing better than a floor lamp near the armchair, creating a reading corner in the room. Stanley floor light is a style icon of the fifties and sixties. With the possibility of having 1 to 3 moveable arms, this vintage style floor lamp will add effortless style to your mid-century modern reading nook.
Open fires, open shelving, opulent materials and natural textures combine to create a restful, gracious, quietly English home. The client asked for a retreat simple and comfortable.
Undeniably one of the loveliest houses in London, this is at once a modern house, a historic house and a house that has been given back its soul.
IMAGE CREDITS: Rose Uniacke website
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