Pastoral atmosphere with eclectic and Moroccan touch
One of our partners put us in touch with this customer, who was initially looking for colour advice for their newly built house.
Due to the perfect synergy between the customer and House of Porters, the colour consultation grew into a total project that is still ongoing.
The customer had already thought about her dream image and had selected a lot of nice colours herself. Our task was to create unity and calm in this abundance of shades. Because a nice symbiosis emerged during the colour consultation, the client asked us to decorate the entire manor.
To achieve the rural character, the front door was set in a type of oak that weathers naturally, and the staircase and interior doors, among others, were greyed. On the façade, a technique was used as if the kaleidoscope had been flaked off over the years.
For the interior, we used patchwork to create colour and special finishes because the client wanted it to be a bit "crazy". We explained our techniques to her so that she could revive her grandparents' furniture herself by patinating or reupholstering it. In the sauna, we chose Moroccan style to create a holiday feeling, the bedroom became more eclectic with lots of red.
This is not the end of the project: in the future, the swimming pool and the pool house will also be decorated in the same pastoral atmosphere together with House of Porters.