To London interior designer Veere Grenney purity of design and quality of finish are paramount. There is an intriguing combination of styles, perhaps a Fifties lamp juxtaposed with an eighteenth-century chair, that characterises his portfolio. Luxe, art filled spaces epitomise his work but there is a quintessential English vibe present. He is equally at home with a relaxed cottage feel still with his beautiful restrained elegance though.
Is that an aquarium in the kitchen? Wow!!
Thank you for your kind comments. I am now shooting high end digital capture. Have a look at my new web site for more lovely homes
So I did and it’s gorgeous! While you’re there check out his refreshingly natural wedding portfolio. Thanks Nick!
We received an email the other day from Terrence, a former advertiser on DTI who is currently working on developing an online magazine called Design Book dedicated to trend setting & contemporary architectural, interior, product and fashion design. He is gathering a group of contributors for the debut issue, so if any writers, designers, or photographers are interested in contributing their design views to his publication, please check out Design Book Magasine.
I’ve been neglecting my etsy shop of late, haven’t hand coloured new prints and replaced my depleted stock. Then the lovely Erin of Design for Mankind popped this picture on her Flickr page and it gave me the push I needed. I love seeing my work in people’s homes, love seeing how they have chosen to frame it. This is a knockout frame Erin! Pop by my store and see what’s new. OK end of shameless plug.