LONDON CRAFT WEEK with Chelsea Textiles

HOMES & GARDENS

Published
JUNE 2020

Kit Kemp, interior designer and creative director of Firmdale Hotels, is the first guest editor of Homes & Gardens in its 101-year history. In this June issue she highlights some of her interior projects, giving ideas to make a home more individual and original.

Page 49: INSPIRATION. TRAVELLER'S REST. Navajo graphics add a bold touch to the bed. Featuring Chelsea Textiles Faux bamboo side table from their Tropical furniture collection.

Page 54: TWO'S COMPANY. Place on either side of a doorway for beautiful symmetry.
9. Side table in Provence blue from Chelsea Textiles French Country furniture collection.

LIFE & SOUL. Kit Kemp has woven her inimitable creative thread through her Hampshire home, imbuing it with uplifting colours and a playfulness that belies a keen eye for detail. Photography: Simon Brown

Page 82: In the panelled study the chairs are upholstered in "Moondog" by Kit Kemp for Chelsea Textiles, embroidered by hand on customer own fabric.

Page 82-88: MASTER BEDROOM. Kit Kemp decorated the master bedroom using Chelsea Textiles hand-embroidered "Maria Sibylla" fabric as bed curtains, pelmet, bedcover, headboard, cushions and window treatment to ravishing effect. The fabric has been paired with a custom re-colouration of Raindrops hand-screen print by Chelsea Textiles.

Page 132: DRESSED TO IMPRESS. Chimney alcoves are ideal areas to carve out a space for reading or writing, and can make the most of an otherwise underused area. Find a small writing table that fits snugly between the walls – it doesn’t have to be very deep – then install open shelves up to the ceiling. Featuring Gustavian hand carved and hand painted table by Chelsea Textiles.


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