Louisa Grey

Posted on Wed, 4 Dec 2013 by midcenturyjo

I love the modern, graphic feel of the work of international interiors stylist and creative director Louisa Grey. Eclectic and stylish. Pattern, contrast, a sense of illustration.

oh Holland says:

Love it all. That mod upholstered bed is off the hook!

jane says:

bold uses of pattern, and interesting placement of lighting – some of it a bit too low for my liking (i.e., cool looking but not necessarily practical… 😉 )

oregonbird says:

Usually a sense of disconnection between the setting and the decor is a problem, but in Grey's work it's become the theme. It's all so light and unanchored; everything can be in the back of a van and on the way to the next house within an hour, where it will all sort itself out. It's very Chagall — the way his self-contained objects seem to float above the canvas, unable to fathom having a set place! The bedroom with the wall of light is brilliant, and definitely shows off the designer's form, in choosing portable furnishings, refusing to be bound to the expected, and mixing patterns.

[…] • all other photography credits in order of appearance: Jonas Ingerstedt photography; design*sponge; kraut kopf; mad about interior; andy stools from schoolhouse electric; Jonas Ingerstedt photography; @jaminidesign daybed mattresses and throw pillows; Patricia Treib by Joe Fyfe; yellow chaise from sofa.com; @egimedesfleurs; @carlaypage; please do tell; desire to inspire. […]

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