The Brent Knoll House Decorating with Angled Walls and Unusual Items

April 14, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Decorating  

The Brent Knoll house was revamped by March Studio. The client wanted a detached extension constructed in such a way that would allow for large gatherings of people while at the same time, providing some quiet nooks to escape to. Feast your eyes on this decorating scheme made interesting by angled walls and unusual items. The result is an extension that twists and turns at unusual angles, which are nicely reflected in the interior. Wood and glass along with raw pressed metal, concrete work and recycled antique advertising signs keep the space rich and modern looking. Using the odd shaped walls, features such as triangular windows and angled wooden paneling created immediate interest in the space. The interior finishing materials are inspiring as well.

Photo credit: John Gollings Photography

decorasi interior bedroom walls with grooves and features such as windows and wood panels angled triangles to create a direct interest in spacedecorasi interior bedroom walls with grooves and features such as windows and wood panels angled triangles to create a direct interest in space

concrete work and recycled antique advertising signs keep the space rich and modernconcrete work and recycled antique advertising signs keep the space rich and modern

the interior decoration modern bathroom with mosaic floorthe interior decoration modern bathroom with mosaic floor

wood and glass along with raw pressed metalwood and glass along with raw pressed metal

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