I have long been a BIG fan of Graham and Green, and after I moved into my new flat there was very little question in my mind over who to contact for some interior inspo. Since 1974 the company has been well known for specialising in characterful, yet contemporary, furniture and home accessories. Quirky and frequently ethnic, there are always dozens of items available at any one time that Graham and Green have available which I would very happily home all fitting in with my own eclectic style and wanderlust.
After having a Graham and Green interior stylist visit my flat and take some measurements, we soon decided the flat’s style was ‘industrial chic with a twist of romance’ (I love that!) The stylist then went to work on creating the perfect mood board for me, recommending particular Graham and Green items that would work with for the flat. Visiting the Graham and Green showroom, a veritable Aladdin’s cave, to view my mood boards and many of the items suggested in the flesh, was a delight. Not only were there macaroons and Moroccan mint tea, I loved seeing so many of the brand’s gorgeous items en masse and displayed in concept rooms, guided by the ultra charming and helpful team.
Below: I decided to choose some stunning, and impactful, orange coral art for my blank canvas of a sitting room and a long black mirror (frequently seen on my Instagram in my outfit selfies!) for my hallway, matching my black wooden floors. All these items work so well in my flat and have really set the bench mark for the rest of my interiors… which is the problem; shopping at Graham and Green is addictive!
Below are some of my current Graham and Green favourites…
Above: L-R (Clockwise): Beaded Antique Mirrors, Copper Angled Floor Lamp, Bees Wine Glass, Three Flamingos Matchbox, Antoinette Armchair and Footstool in Herringbone, Bahama Cushion, Cactus Vase, Coral Framed Prints, Set of 7 Decorative Ceiling Roses.
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