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St Ives, CornwallCoastal Bedroom, Cornwall

Photo of a nautical master and grey and cream bedroom in Cornwall with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and a standard fireplace. —  Houzz
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xoxholzxoxxoxholzxox wrote:21 December 2014
  • Tom Flanagan
    7 years ago

    I love the picture on the wall! Does anyone know where it's from?

  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi Tom,

    The picture is the homeowners own piece of artwork. It's so beautiful and unique - we love it too!
skinnersoftunbridgewellsSkinners of Tunbridge Wells wrote:5 October 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    6 years ago

    Hi Skinners of Tunbridge Wells,

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    The chairs were a bespoke item made for our client. If you would like to talk to our design team about bespoke furniture for your project, get in touch by email or phone - we'd love to hear from you!

    info@camelliainteriors.co.uk | +44 (0)1637 854304

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    Oriental Hand-painted Art & Design Studio
    5 years ago

    Oriental Hand-painted Art and Design Studio welcome interior designer's cooperation on the hand painted chinese wallpaper, price begin from USD300 per panel.


leila81leila81 wrote:26 February 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi leila81,

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    The picture is the homeowners own personal piece of artwork, which we used as one of the starting points for the design scheme throughout the property.
  • gaia123
    7 years ago
    Hi, The artist is Beth Richardson. I know her work well.
bouboulochonNathalie Porttie wrote:1 September 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    6 years ago

    Hi bouboulochon,

    We put in a inner roman blind for privacy and an outer roman blind for a blackout effect.

    The fabrics are by Harlequin and Kirkby and they were bespoke made through us to fit the client's window.

    If you're looking to get some new window treatments for your home, please get in touch with our design team to see how we can help!

    info@camelliainteriors.co.uk | +44 (0)1637 854304

isabelle75012isabelle75012 wrote:19 April 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi isabelle75012,

    We love it - so glad you do too!

    The pendant lightshade is available through Camellia so please get in touch as shipping is possible!

    info@camelliainteriors.co.uk | +44 (0)1637 854304
laulonlaulon wrote:26 February 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi laulon,

    Thank you for your enquiry and we're delighted you like the rug!

    This was bought specifically for the client, however we can source something similar for you - shipping is possible :)

    You can contact us on +44 (0)1637 854304 or info@camelliainteriors.co.uk

    We're so happy you like the house - it was such a great project to work on!
sarahh2014sarahh2014 wrote:19 February 2015
  • PRO
    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi sarahh2014,

    Thank you for enquiry.

    The paint is by Little Greene and the colour is Slaked Lime 105.

    Please do get in touch if we can help you any further!

    info@camelliainteriors.co.uk | +44 (0)1637 854304

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Alcroft added this to How to Work Remotely With an Interior Designer or Stylist22 April 2020

“We often do this initial consultation on Zoom,” Jane says. “We find out about people’s lifestyles – whether they’re a family, need to work from home, or want to use their bedroom for other purposes.“If we’re styling for someone who’s staying put, we focus very much on their particular style and tastes, but when we’re styling their home to sell it, we’re much more dictatorial,” she laughs. “The target audience is probably them 10 years ago when they bought the property, so once we’ve established that, we know what we need to do to style it.”Take a look around this room, which was designed remotely.

Sophie Baylis added this to How to Declutter Your Home and Keep it Tidy16 March 2017

…in the bedroomAnother clutter culprit is the bedroom chair. Yes, it’s handy and gives your room a cosy feel, but it can easily become buried under a mountain of clothes. “If you’re no longer using this chair to sit in, and it’s just become a dumping ground, then I strongly suggest moving it out of your bedroom,” Sarah says. “Once you’ve removed the option of dumping your clothes, you’ll be forced to put things away.” If the chair is being used for clothes storage because the wardrobe is stuffed to the gills, turn your attention to the source of the problem. “Look at organising the wardrobes and it will be easier to keep the chair clear,” Sarah says.

Laura Butler-Madden added this to 9 Simple Ways to Create Your Perfect Bedroom6 January 2017

Create a seating areaIf you have the room, make your bedroom somewhere cosy to hang out by having a seating area. A couple of armchairs like these will give you the opportunity to share your bedroom space with close friends, or provide a place to escape to for a quiet read.Get ideas for bedroom seating areas

Rise Art added this to The Dos and Don’ts of Hanging Art Above a Fireplace28 July 2016

Do fill the spaceLarger artworks are often placed on expansive blank walls as a way of making use of empty space and demanding attention, but this can produce the impersonal feel of a gallery. For a more homely style, take advantage of your centre-stage fireplace and choose a piece that will fill the space above the mantel, bridging the gap all the way to the ceiling. The rule of thumb is that an artwork – or mirror – should measure around two thirds the size of the fire surround and mantel over which it hangs, but here that rule has been broken to great effect. However, do resist the urge to place your work in line with the edge of the mantelpiece: choosing something that’s either narrower or wider will ensure your art becomes a feature, not just an extension of the architecture.

Lara Watson added this to 10 Design Features Homeowners Typically Ask For9 February 2016

Invest in artThe right artwork can give a room the wow factor, but it can be daunting knowing where to source the perfect piece. That’s why many homeowners ask for help in buying a work that lifts a room out of the ordinary. Choosing art for a client is not only a joy, but an honour. It’s something I prefer to do either right at the start of a project and build my scheme around it, or right at the end, when I make it my mission to find the perfect picture. Art is very personal and can be a big investment, so you need to love it or have taken very good advice on where your money is going. Alternatively, it could be something worth very little in cash terms, but lots in sentiment. Take your time deciding where something should go. It’s a good idea to prop it up on a chair against the wall you have in mind and keep revisiting it over a few days before you knock any holes in the wall. Also, don’t be afraid to hang your paintings lower than you might feel is natural. As a guide, go by your line of sight at the centre of the painting. It’s no good hanging the centre at six foot high if you are five foot!

Cathy Rebecca added this to 9 Ways to Make the Most of a Bedroom Fireplace15 November 2015

Restore itIt makes sense to keep hold of period features wherever possible, for both aesthetic and financial reasons. If you have an original cast-iron Victorian or Edwardian fireplace in your bedroom that has seen better days, you might want to try your hand at restoring it. If the surface is covered in a thick layer of paint, either get it sandblasted by an expert or set to with a heavy-duty stripper, such as Nitromors. Then, using a special metal polish and ultra-fine wire wool, gently buff the fireplace back to life until it looks shiny and happy once more.Check out 10 easy ideas for improving a period fireplace

Cheryl Freedman added this to 14 Ways to Enjoy Winter in Your Home14 November 2015

Let sheepskins rule A simple cream sheepskin is one of those great interiors accessories that every home should have. They look particularly good slung casually over an armchair for extra cosiness, plus a dash of simple Nordic style.

Jo Simmons added this to Decorating: 10 Shifts in Attitude That Will Help Create a Better Home15 September 2015

Stop playing safeDon’t be afraid of making mistakes and, instead, start to have fun with your home. Initiate a few bold changes, from hanging a striking artwork to using a zingy paint shade and live with them for a while, to see how they look and feel. You may be surprised at how improved a room can be when you stop being cautious.In the middle of a renovation project? You’ll probably recognise these signs

Karen Wilson added this to 8 Quick Fixes to Cosy Up Your Sleep Space for Autumn8 September 2015

Layer up chairsSheepskin is one of those versatile items that tends to work its way around the home. If your bedroom is big enough for a chair or chaise, layer it up with a strokable sheepskins, which can be reused elsewhere, such as on dining chairs when friends come for dinner.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Janet McDowell added this to Decorating4 May 2022

These are really neat when pulled up.

Photos in Cornish Townhouse, St Ives, Cornwall

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