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Swedish-born, London-based mostly designer Martin Brudnizki, of Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, designed this house for designer Christine Vanderhurd, whose textiles model’s vibrant patterns impressed the venture. The Ruston Mews challenge started as a clean canvas that Brudnizki delivered to life with brilliant prints and an eclectic mixture of residence furnishings.
Set in a mews constructing (sometimes a row of stables with carriage homes under and dwelling quarters above), therefore the identify, the area was to deal with each a house and studio. The partitions are stored white making for the right backdrop for the colourful textiles and paintings positioned all through. Partnering the white with daring parts makes for an thrilling and galvanizing area to each work and reside.
I love the wall-to-wall shelving and the way it showcases every object as an artwork piece with out being pretentious.
Vanderhurd’s lovely carpets are used all through setting the tone of the colour palettes and the feel and appear of the house.
Instead of your typical banister, beads related with wire are strung making a cool visible aspect between the steps and the room with out blocking it off.
The stairwell partitions grow to be a photograph gallery with some superb pictures, together with some portraits by Annie Leibovitz.
Photos courtesy of Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.