Rose Narmani


Congratulations to Rose Narmani who have been shortlisted for Living Space – UK Award in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2019

design et al are delighted to announce that Rose Narmani has been shortlisted for Living Space – UK Award in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2019.

Rose Narmani created an elegant, sophisticated and timeless interior for this luxurious Richmond project. The designer combined classic contemporary style with a neutral base colour palette and added dusty purple and pink with a touch of gold to create a warm and luxurious family home. The property consisted of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, open living area/dining and kitchen, a balcony and three small storage cupboards.

Rose Narmani

The clients were a successful and minded couple who work in London. They chose to live in Richmond as it is close to London and they can also have a country feel when they are in the village. Due to stressful jobs, their main desire was to create the most peaceful and romantic home which also evokes a luxurious and comfortable feel. The master bedroom is one of Rose Narmani’s favourite areas of this project. This room feels fresh, luxurious and comfortable. The dusty pink headboard, bespoke side tables, bespoke dressing table with a touch of gold on the wall lamp created a stunning, elegant yet comfortable master bedroom.

Rose Narmani

Rose Narmani designed a neutral colour palette for all the rooms. The base which includes a very light colour textured wallpaper, light beige curtains and roman blinds with a stunning textured trim and tie back. Window dressing accessories added a luxurious feeling and provided a touch of a classic contemporary feel to the rooms. The dusty purple armchair added a beautiful touch of colour and luxury to the room. The artwork, frame, side table, coffee table, silk rug and all the accessories we used in the living room just created the most elegant, sophisticated and timeless living room.

Rose Narmani

Rose Narmani aren’t afraid to use colours; they use colours wisely and effectively. Interior design is a combination of art and intelligence. The designers feel interiors like this can integrate within the environment and you do not have to use just grey and abstract colours, you can create a luxury interior design with a range of colours, texture and art which have some meaning and they bring the best out of people and provide happiness in their daily life.

Rose Narmani

 

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