London jewelery and homewares founder who also studies mathematics and philosophy, Anna Jewsbury meticulously compiles the details of her family house. She and her husband Dalmuji take a mathematical approach, “for me, whether it’s an earring or an entire room, it’s always about letting go back to the elements so only what’s really important remains”. Here is the elegant interior style of the Jewsbury house which can be your practical inspiration.
The Living Room
For Jewsbury, interior decoration is another way of transmitting his artistic vision which expresses his true self, so that one can walk into our home and see his personality on display at every turn. With a clean, raw and sculptural taste, that sense of character translates into a minimally decorated and very elegant interior. This complex idea is fully realized in the living room, which has a rarefied gallery vibe. Clad in Bauwerk lime-wash paint, which gives it a naturalistic and earthy feel, the room is based on original columns and an oak paneled floor.
Hanging on the wall is a giant and beautiful canvas depicting the expressive face of a friend of the young Irish artist Sian Costello. “The use of color is very romantic,” says Jewishbury, who paired the painting with a restrained charcoal drawing by sculptor and land artist David Nash, whose work he discovered while exploring Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The Dining Room
This mid-century dining table was handed down from her grandparents. Besides holding so many childhood memories, this is a timeless style and will remain popular year after year. The chairs were upholstered, and there was the addition of a beautiful lilac fabric – it cheered her up every time she saw it.
Not only that, the art gallery is also reflected through the dining room. An array of ceramic and sculpture works are displayed throughout the cabinets.
The Study Room
The application of jewelery is not only through the artwork displayed in the living room or dining area, but also in the pinkish crystal chandeliers that are hung in the hallway leading to the stairs. The natural and clean atmosphere radiates elegantly at this stop
The Hidden Storage
Like other rooms, this hallway also uses measurements that are so precise. The concept of space saving is applied without compromising aesthetics and in line with the lime shades of the wall color. the slightly smoked texture provides a nice contrast to the artwork by Helen Frankenthaler that hangs on the wall.
Another Beautiful Stopping Spot
The application of jewelery is not only through the artwork displayed in the living room or dining area, but also in the pinkish crystal chandeliers that are hung in the hallway leading to the stairs. The natural and clean atmosphere radiates elegantly at this stop.
Complededworks Jeweller Anna Jewsbury On Making A Characterful London Pub Her Home, British Vogue