Room Reveal | A Camo Kids Bedroom

Room Reveal | A Camo Kids Bedroom

I recently worked on a fun camo kids bedroom for some lovely clients based in Surrey. Having traded their smaller London home for more space in the country, they wanted to make their 7 year old son’s bedroom special, especially since it’s the first time he hasn’t had to share a room with his twin sister. The design was fully driven by the little man himself, and he loves camo. Before Here’s where the room started. They’d just moved in,…

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ORC Reveal | A Modern Boho Master Bedroom

ORC Reveal | A Modern Boho Master Bedroom

The modern boho bedroom I’ve been working on for the last couple of months is ready to reveal. This room makeover is part of the One Room Challenge, and I’m stoked with how it turned out. Learn more about Emmerson & Fifteenth’s interior design services here. The Mood Board Here’s a reminder of the mood board I designed for the bedroom. Apart from a few minor changes, I stayed close to the original design. The Reveal The rug and the bench…

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ORC Reveal | Eclectic Living Room

ORC Reveal | Eclectic Living Room

It’s One Room Challenge reveal day. Over the last eight weeks, I’ve been working to make the living room in our Edwardian house brighter, happier, and more functional. I’m calling the overall vibe “Global Eclectic.” The house is rented and the budget was tight, so it’s not the most dramatic makeover. And Covid sprang a few shipping delays on me, so it’s not 100% finished. But it’s close enough to share. Learn more about Emmerson & Fifteenth’s interior design services here.…

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Summer Home Tour

Summer Home Tour

Today I’m taking you on a summer tour of my home. I live in a rented three-bed terrace in Mortlake, South West London. I design interiors in an eclectic mix of styles, but have focused on a combination of global, mid-century and industrial design features in this 90s-built house. The Dining Area The dining area is at one end of a long living room, which is also my husband’s office. Because the room serves so many functions, I keep the styling…

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ORC Reveal | A Global Boho Kids Room

ORC Reveal | A Global Boho Kids Room

It’s One Room Challenge reveal day. The One Room Challenge is a design event in which a range of interior design bloggers makeover a room in their homes (or a clients) in six weeks, posting weekly updates. For this round, I gave my little girl a global boho bedroom makeover. Learn more about Emmerson & Fifteenth’s interior design services here. Boho Kids Room Design Plan I started with a bland space and mismatched furniture (see the before pics in week…

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ORC Reveal | Neutral Master Bedroom

ORC Reveal | Neutral Master Bedroom

My neutral master bedroom is finished, and it’s time for a room reveal! This last week has been crazy but it all came together on time, and I love how the room turned out. Learn more about Emmerson & Fifteenth’s interior design services here. I live in a rented three story house near Richmond Upon Thames, London, and the master bedroom is on the top floor. It’s a lovely light-filled space, and I wanted to keep it bright and neutral but…

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Room Reveal | Shared Kids Room

Room Reveal | Shared Kids Room

It’s reveal time! Over the past six weeks, I’ve been working on a gender-neutral, shared kids room, turning it into a bright, happy space for my six-year-old son and four-year-old daughter. This makeover is part of the One Room Challenge. Learn more about Emmerson & Fifteenth’s interior design services here. The Design Plan We had a small budget for this room, so I used a lot of existing pieces. The room isn’t big, but it’s lovely and light, and the perfectly…

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Organising An Industrial Toddler Bedroom

Organising An Industrial Toddler Bedroom

Before moving back to the UK, we lived in two different loft apartments in the same Chicago building. Because I’d only just finished designing my son’s industrial toddler bedroom when we had to move from the first apartment, I kept the interior design very similar in his new bedroom. The new room was a similar size, with the same raw concrete ceilings and pillars. This room had huge steel framed windows where the first was an enclosed loft room, and…

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Design Progress | An Industrial Living Room

Design Progress | An Industrial Living Room

I used to live in a converted meat-packing factory in Chicago’s University Village area. The building was packed with incredible industrial features, and although I wasn’t able to complete the living room from an interior design perspective, it’s worth a look. When we moved in, a bold red wall with patches of mismatched paint dominated the room. It’s a long wall, and I didn’t want a big expanse of solid colour. Wallpaper wasn’t in the budget, so I chose to…

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