Can’t get enough of the Wimbledon Collection’s laidback luxury vibe? Here’s how to get the look at home according to collection’s designers themselves.
The Wimbledon Collection: Breakfast Room
Championing modern family dining rather than formal, the collection’s breakfast room combines subtle textures and colour complement pairs for a versatile space that values quiet, liveable design.
“The kitchen and breakfast room are so relaxing but interesting at the same time,” explains Joanne, LuxDeco Studio's Senior Interior Designer. “Every piece feels considered although it doesn’t feel overly designed. The colour palette of the blue kitchen cabinets with the warm ginger leather dining room chairs works really well because those colours are a complementary pair on the colour wheel.”
“I especially love the cane armchair because it seems to bridge the modern country feeling of wooden kitchen cabinets with the contemporary pedestal dining table set.”
Get the look by opting for washed oak finishes—Eichholtz’s Melchior Round Dining Table and Lazarro Sideboard are a perfect pairing—and toned down shades (except for the black and gold artwork which can enjoy a little high contrast). The Vico Magistretti-inspired Spiridon chandelier and Galatea abstract bronze sculpture by Gardeco offer a particularly on-trend vibe.
The Wimbledon Collection: Formal Living Room
Blending sustainable reclaimed wood with quietly confident furniture silhouettes and modern lighting, the formal living room masters the art of design-focused casual living.
“Green is a lovely accent colour for a living room and it’s somewhat underused so it’s quite unique,” says Linda Holmes, LuxDeco Studio’s Interiors Director.
“It works especially well when it’s paired with warm neutrals and natural finishes. We chose an emerald green for this scheme which adds depth and subtle glamour. The whole room just works fantastically well because it feels equally luxurious as it does welcoming.”
Get this living room look by creating a neutral base with lots of textural depth and punctuating it with rich emerald green accents. The room’s foundational pieces—the Renmin armoires, a low-slung Montado sofa by Eichholtz and Aldo coffee table by Casamilano—each offer a unique texture and a nonchalant luxury vibe.
They set the stage for layering with colour and smaller accents (like the Open Side Table, Retro Side Table and Brushstrokes by Elie Saab rug) that go heavy on the visual texture. Finish the space off with subtly coordinated artwork and diffused modern lighting for a calming effect.
The Wimbledon Collection: Entrance Hall
An introduction which sets the tone for the rest, the collection’s entryway showcases a dimensional art selection enhanced by of-the-moment furniture shapes in vibrant emerald green and pops of mustard.
“Entryways are important because they really introduce a home’s design narrative,” Joanne says. “We chose to design a space that would introduce the Wimbledon Collection’s penchant for modern artwork, its use of space and subtle eclecticism.”
Mastering this hallway look is easy once you have the mixed art collection on lock. The gold-flecked linen of John-Richard’s Golden Rule, classically inspired intaglios, colour block contemporary art and abstract sculpture are tied together in a strong colour palette.
The Wimbledon Collection: Master Bedroom
Finding success in the mix, the Wimbledon Collection’s master bedroom design works subtle inspirations from well-loved design eras and gives it a modern spin. Mid-century modern, Art Deco and contemporary all feature in this thoughtful space.
“The master bedroom has a really contemporary feel to it which is a result of its mix of styles,” Linda reveals. “It’s slightly eclectic but not the eclectic that you might think of; it’s the updated version of eclectic. It still feels very cohesive.”
“We mixed some Mid-century modern furniture with some contemporary designer lighting by Kelly Wearstler and a modern take on an Art Deco bed. Then we added pops of colour in a few key places. We chose a rich royal blue bed, a yellow abstract art piece for above the bronze fireplace and complementary drapes to tie it all together.”
The Wimbledon Collection: Guest Bedroom
Taking a gentle approach to a blue monochromatic colour palette, the Wimbledon Collection’s guest room adds a Mid-century modern feel to the transitional scheme with gold-trimmed walnut furniture, designer lighting and a swivel tub chair.
“The guest bedroom has a similar vibe to the master but it’s softer,” explains Joanne. “Again, we chose colour for some key pieces—the sky blue velvet bed, the swivel armchair in a similar colour—but the room’s foundational colour palette is kept simple.”
“We went with a neutral colour palette because we wanted the wood tones of the walnut bedside table and matching chest of drawers to be the focus. These have a Mid-century modern vibe but, against a neutral backdrop, they feel equally contemporary.”
The room’s other decor touches—the Lamperti-inspired Piazetta chandelier and the ever-captivating Migration eglomise mirror grid—continue to walk the tightrope between Mid-century and transitional whilst the Medium White Marble Disc and Dean table lamp are perfectly timeless.