Interior Design Tribes
By now, many of us have seen the viral post of Princess Anne’s living room, and judged accordingly. What we can all agree on is that the room is the epitome of posh, with it’s chintzy prints, antique furniture, traditional artworks and classic animal figurines, and of course we would not expect anything less from Royalty.
In light of this surprise peak into the interiors of the royals, The Telegraph have announced a list of the main ‘interior tribes’, with Princess Anne as a clear ‘Upper Class’ tribe member. The rest of the Telegraph’s tribes are as follows…
*Bohemian Middle Class
*Nouveau Working Class
*Flash Middle Class
Our home interiors say a lot about us, just like the way we dress. Now that we have all been confined to the space of our own homes far more than usual, it is more important than ever to make your humble abode reflect your true self. The home is like a cocoon protecting us from the outside world, while surrounding us with objects that make us happy and content.
At Kings of Chelsea we are offering whole exclusive room sets at a heavily discounted price, each with it’s own unique style. The International Room Set is bold and beautiful, with subtle style influences from around the world. The green and blue tones of the room evoke a sense of the outdoors, while the sumptuous silks and velvets create a sense of luxury that works wonderfully with the organic shapes and patterns. For more information click here.
For the more traditional eye we have the Classic Room Set. This room mixes rich earthy tones with neutral, and the stand out furniture piece would have to be the timeless velvet Roberto Cavalli Blake sofa. This 3 seat long couch is upholstered in a crushed velvet, and mixes classic style with a modern twist. Click here to learn more.
Last but not least we have the Art Deco Room Set. This is a stylish dining room set up inspired by the classic art movement, and includes stunning macassar ebony cabinets and table. For more information click here.