If you are renovating your living space and choosing a classic-styled stove like the Sheraton 5 wood burning stove, you may be looking for ways to restyle your room to suit your log burner. Here’s an idea for an opulent and luxurious look, with top tips from Interior Designer, Georgina Dennis.
Georgina: To create a feeling of true indulgence, it was all about embracing muted greys, paired with deep greens. If you’re choosing a traditional stove, like the Stovax Sheraton 5 wood burning stove, a Claremont Stone Mantel helps to emphasise the sense of grandeur – and gives you opportunity to explore the themes you may have been afraid to try previously.
Before deciding on your colour scheme or furniture, think first of what you want to achieve, how you want the room to feel and what styles you wish to embrace; this will then lead you on to what furniture and colour schemes to consider introducing. With this interior, I knew from an early stage I wanted to create a Neo-Art Deco feel to the room to emphasise the opulence and elegance of the Stovax log burner and Claremont Stone Mantel.
Using a colour palette of warm greys for the walls and wood work keeps the interior neutral but still stylish – matching tones together such as Sanderson’s Elder Bark and Owlswick creates subtler interest to the scheme without overpowering the room. Coloured furniture also adds a richness to the scheme that using cushions alone struggles to achieve. The Alexa Sofa and Chaise Longue from Birlea encapsulates the elegant Art Deco theme with their rich green velvet sofa adding an inviting texture to give the room a relaxed classic feel.
This room needed little more than to let the wood burner and key pieces do the talking. If you’re looking for a neat and stylish way to store your logs, this room also features a Stovax log holder which you can find by getting in touch with your local retailer.
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