G Plan Vintage Range 'The Sixty Seven'. Inspired by G Plan's iconic furniture of the 50s and 60s, designed in collaboration with Hemingway Design. In 1953 Donald Gomme of E. Gomme Ltd produced a range of modern furniture for the entire house which could be bought piece by piece according to budgets. Designs were available for several years so people could collect them slowly.
There's nothing more inviting than the soft hand and luxe look of a velvet sofa to anchor your living room. Whatever your style, find your perfect velvet sofa on One Kings Lane and make your living room a space you love.
Favourite colour (so far!) for lounge walls. Card Room Green by Farrow & Ball. This colour is named after the study-like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period and is unapologetic in its masculine feel. It really comes alive when contrasted with a warm neutral like Fawn or Stony Ground, as used in Victorian homes, but feels more powerful and contemporary when used with no contrasts at all. Dark Tones Undercoat.
After finding a wreck of a Victorian terraced house in north London, while lusting after its more polished neighbour, Rauter drafted in architect Martyn Clarke for help. The mirror on Rauter’s bedroom mantelpiece was left in the French chateau by its previous owners. The triangular turner’s chairs were bought at a French antique market – Vide Greniers is a good guide to these.