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Join The Kew

As a plant lover, Lucinda Waterhouse has always adored visiting the renowned Kew Gardens in London. When creating a home right around the corner, she thought it was essential to integrate a dash of nature. She wanted the house to be cozy and welcoming, but nature to be woven in throughout. Lucinda added leaf prints, faux trees, flowers and plants, as well as animal print textiles and upholstery to create a traditionally English home, with a bit of a wild twist.

Sitting Room

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There’s lots to see in this ambiently lit sitting room, yet it still feels peaceful and relaxing. Pale-toned furniture and lamps harmonize with the softly colored walls and carpet, allowing the décor to pop. The faux olive trees and nature-inspired botanical prints pay tribute to the picturesque gardens right on the doorstep of this period home. To finish the look, Lucinda included several pillows she designed, which are adorned with prints inspired by Indian floral patterns.


Dining Room

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Finished in muted shades, the dining room is brimming with character. The natural, subtle color palette is an important part of the look: it evokes such a relaxing atmosphere, which is enhanced by the warm glow of the candles and fireplace. It’s well-known that everything tastes better when served in beautiful dinnerware and glassware, which is why Lucinda featured only the best.


Bedroom

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Every room in Lucinda’s home needed to have that all-important wild twist, and this tranquil oasis was no exception. Lucinda wanted her bedroom to reflect the natural world in as many different ways as possible. She achieved this by painting the walls an ocean blue and incorporating a seascape print, faux flowers and a luxurious leopard print throw.


Entryway

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The entryway is the first room that guests will see, so Lucinda wanted to make hers as warm and inviting as possible. A traditional patterned rug, playful polka dot lamp and canary yellow walls have a cheering effect: who wouldn’t feel uplifted after walking into a room like this? To tie the space to the nearby gardens, Lucinda featured faux agapanthus plants and baskets crafted from natural materials.