F&P Interiors Director, Emma Vans Agnew invites you inside her home and shares with you her beloved cottage study interior scheme. It's created around neutral walls and low wooden ceiling beams with a few playful design touches here and there to add a slice of her personality to the room. Emma mixes traditional weaves and modern printed fabrics, finished with a beautiful statement table lamp and her favourite artwork hung on the wall. Join Emma as she guides you through how she created this intimate and personal study space in her characterful home.
This Slaked Lime Wall Paint creates a blank canvas that feels warm and perfectly suits the country cottage interior.
Ravenna Fabric is perfect for full-length curtains as the colour ties in perfectly with the rest of the room. The trellis pattern is eye-catching when drawn but also lovely when pulled open.
This hard-wearing Gypsies Linen Fabric is great for upholstery. Heavyweight with a lovely stonewashed finish, its excellent colour-fast properties means it will stay looking new for longer.
Our Large Nuthurst Stool upholstered in the vibrant Calaggio Floral Velvet will perfectly recreate the striking feature footstall at the heart of this comfortable living room.
An eclectic mix of cushions sit harmoniously together on the neutral sofas. Tango Velvet, Twisted Chain, Botanical Garden, and Bookend with Swiss Velvet Piping look great together.
The shapely Verona and the Triton Table Lamp function as both practical lighting and statement pieces of sculpture. The glass and wood add textural interest to these stunning neutral items.
This abstract oil painting by Matthew Dibble perfectly finishes off the room. Sharing the tones of the fabrics and walls, its the missing piece that ties the whole scheme together.
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