emily henderson

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If one could describe Emily Henderson’s design style in one word it would be ECLECTIC. By mixing up diverse elements and materials she somehow manages to make interiors look stunning yet not too over-clustered. Let’s take a look at some examples!

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One can observe the juxtaposition of multiple organic and natural elements such as plants, wood, linen and leather with others like steel and velvet. This creates an ultimate balanced and varied interior resulting in aesthetically remarkable spaces.

One of the elements we adore the most of Emily’s interior designs is the presence of oversized plants! 

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The use of big and substantial plants delimitate spaces, giving them depth and life.  They may also add colour to interiors with a more monochromatic tendency or add more diversity to the textures of an eclectic one.

We came across a specific project that tended slightly towards a homogenous and monochromatic style, leaving behind the eclecticism. We also adored it!

EM3.jpgThe serene and muted color palette,  the combinations of different tones of wood – as the dominant organic element – with velvet pillows, a steel lamp… and to top it off a striped rug.  Stunning!

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If you liked this look, take a look at AWANAY’s VALDÉS RUG. It would fully complement a monochromatic interior like this one by adding texture.

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Going through Emily’s projects we noticed a very characteristic feature: the reiterative presence of artwork on walls.

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Even in the most unexpected and unforeseen spaces!

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By filling up blank walls, artworks definitely add color, texture and volume to interiors. Besides, as we talked about in one of our previous posts, surrounding yourself with artworks has several physical and mental health benefits!

Analysing Emily’s design style we realised although it may be broadly characterised as eclectic due to the overall diversity of elements in her interiors, these combinations are usually very subtle. The eclecticism does not invade one’s view. It’s harmonious, balanced and coherent. If we were to generalise and define her style we would characterise it as organic, minimal & eclectic. 

Either way, tastes & styles are never ecstatic. As Emily recently mentioned, these are permanently reinventing themselves and feeding up from new inspirations and ideas!

What’s your opinion on Emily’s interiors? Which one was your favourite? Leave us your opinion below ♡


SOURCE OF ALL IMAGES: EMILY HENDERSON PROJECTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

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