Wall colour Pale Hound by Farrow Ball; linen sofa from Orior by Design; marble top coffee table by Flexform from Minima; jute rug from Hedgeroe Living; cowskin from Ikea; Hugh Doran photographs from Peter Johnson; blue ceramic lamp from Aidan Cavey; embroidered linen curtains by Mary Wrynne.
Here's fabric-driven decor at its splashiest — an entire master bedroom worked around Carleton V's exuberant floral print, Rhododendron. The reversible quilt is Carleton V's Rossway in two colorways, soft red and green. The painted green Lisle headboard in pistachio is from Ficks Reed. The soft yellow walls are Pale Hound by Farrow Ball. Alexis lamp in cardinal from Pottery Barn.
Pale Blue "Everyone — men and women alike — loves this color. It's a pale blue with a lot of green in it, and it's a little dirty, which makes it more complex than the typical pastel. I've used it everywhere, from kitchens to bedrooms. I even painted my office in it. People walk in and say, 'This is how I want my house to feel.'" —Cathy Kincaid Farrow & Ball Estate Emulsion Pale Powder 204
My new kitchen bench with storage. 10 shelves, 2 cupboards, and lift off bench top for extra storage, painted in Little Greene's Lead No. 117, and Laura Ashley's Cotton White (both eggshell) to match the kitchen units. Bench seats covered in Cath Kidston's Garden Birds Oil Cloth. Walls Farrow & Ball's Pale Hound Modern Emulsion.