Classic Interiors

The key to a classic interior is symmetry and order, with furniture placement and styling usually working around a key focal point, such as a fireplace. Start by looking at the bare bones of your home. The key is to have a focal point such as a large bay window or set of French doors. Classic style includes well-made furniture with detailing such as inlay and carved or turned legs, as well as pieces with ornate detailing, sometimes with a floral influence. Fabrics that have texture and subtle patterns, and stripes mixed with block colours, are popular choices. You can achieve a classic look by mixing in straighter-lined pieces with more traditional items to create a fusion, which works by following the principles of placement. You won't find blinds or bare window coverings in traditional homes. Drapery and valances are classic, usually with heavy curtains. Upholstery, whether for curtains, pillows, or furniture, tend to favour high-end fabrics like silk, velvet, and leather, and bold pattern comes in the form of damask, plaid, or paisley.

Classic Furniture Inspiration 

The Queen Armchair - Queen is a two-tone armchair shown in Nabuk leather the colour is a chocolate brown. This is a really stylish and classic design that brings a touch of elegance to any room. The style of this armchair is classical and timeless.

The Karin is a beautiful chaise long fitted for bedrooms and living rooms. It features an armrest on one side and a backrest to provide all the comfort you need. The finish shown is in a mid brown leather with walnut feet. This piece is a touch of tradition.

The Rufus Dressing Table is simple yet traditionally elegant. Finished here in a cream lacquered front with contrasting dark beige sides. The gold handles reflect the luxurious and elegant design.

You can definitely incorporate modern elements into traditional design, or vice versa. The blend of modern and traditional is what keeps the design style from feeling too fussy.

If you are interested in any of the above pieces or would like some advise on classical furniture please do not hesitate to get in touch!