Fashion and set stylist, Kirsty Attwood, has recently undergone a complete renovation of her 1930’s home situated in Cheshire. Her latest project was redecorating the master bedroom to create a vibrant space that feels lived in yet stylish.
What was once a tonal grey and white painted room is now a deep, cosy space with added textures and undeniable character. The rich tones of the dark navy painted wall panelling adds depth to the space and allows the master bed to become the main focal point of the room. The added details of rose-pink interior, gallery wall, gold brass accents and light oak furnishings ensure the room maintains a homely feel amongst this eye-catching feature.
To complement Kirsty’s initial vision, several of Richard Burbidge’s decorative mouldings were provided to create what is a fully panelled feature wall with a deep shelf. To achieve this, individual half-moon panels were applied with a 9.5cm deep shelf and Pine PSE Stripwood to add detail underneath. Using COAT Paints in the shade 2AM Eggshell, the feature is brought to life and contrasts perfectly with the raw wood flooring.
The wall panelling adds a contemporary feel to this newly modernised period-style home that still feels traditional due to this maximalist-inspired design.
View Richard Burbidge’s full collection of decorative mouldings here.