Take one part pastel shades, one part organic natural accents, add a pinch of zebra and a shake of contemporary chandies, and what do you get? Some pretty darn inspiring interiors, courtesy of the Jeffers Design Group.
I came across this outfit a few months back, when I saw a property decked out in an incredible Moroccan palette of pinks and oranges, and had another sneaky peek over the weekend. I love how they tend to use bright-but-not-too-in-your-face colour, and how their interiors always incorporate a quirky element or two, such as a bubble chandie, fun modern wallpaper, interestingly shaped piece of furniture etc.
Anyhoo, here are my fave pieces from their portfolio, hope you enjoy!
LOVE this tangerine ceiling treatment, especially paired with the fun chandie and zebra skirted console.
This lime green glass splashback is inspired – love the pairing with dark marble, but think I would have chosen a different shade of wood:
This window treatment is le bee’s knees – I need to do something similar in my current project actually, think I may recycle this idea!
I can’t imagine a more soothing and ‘grown up’ bedroom – that fabric on the blinds and curtains is gorgeous. And I love how they’ve kept the interest factor up with the demi lune bedside tables and sculptural gilt stools.
Do you see this agate-topped side table?! LOVE it paired with the vintage armchair, my brain is about to explode…
Another quirky take on a classic piece – these assymetrical chairs are incredible paired with the wooden stump table:
Very much enamoured by this contemporary solution to pesky bedroom storage – those pendants are inspired too!
Tick, tick and tick!
Another coloured sheers moment of genius – love the persimmon/canary combo here.
Here’s the original Moroccan-inspired culprit – that ottoman literally makes my knees weak. In fact, the entire room does – what are those things displayed on the wall I wonder, they’re gorgeous.
And this ceiling treatment/amazing four poster/engraved door ensemble has me all in a tizzy:
Erm, hello bonkers amazing bathtub/exotic trellis combo, please move to my house?
Ooh, this is the agate table scheme again – definitely much more masculine than their usual fare, love the layering of greys with the pops of red/orange.
More canary + zebra – love!
And this dining room is just bonkers – the updated take on farmhouse table + dining chairs is inspired, and thse drapes offset the wooden beams to perfection.
This is their studio, as in the place they get to go to work at every day – I DIE! Seriously, this is my idea of studio-décor-heaven! Add in a couple of splashes of zebra and some nail head trims, and I would be one happy lady. Love how the exposed concrete walls and floor are warmed up by the vibrant dramatic drapes and exposed wooden beams. And the chandies/table lamps/leopard print chairs, I could go on…
Alrighty, well that’s motivation to get my course polished off if ever I’ve seen it – I’m off to ink my day away…