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Influential Interiors

Discover the spaces our followers have loved this month

Jade Bloomfield
By Jade Bloomfield, Editor

Bright light, clean palettes and a delightful array of texture seem to be at the forefront of our followers' minds this month. Featuring a number of LuxDeco 100 designers including Katharine Pooley and Blainey North, these spaces offer refreshing inspiration and a look into the new season.

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Here's a round up of the best.

Blainey North's Marble Kitchen

An exemplar of contemporary kitchens, this space is at once bright and warm. Featuring soft curved lines and a blend of textures, this is how to combine beautifully-veined marble with statement lighting. Recreate the look by keeping accessories to a minimum and allow the materials to do the talking.

Damien Langlois-Meurinne's Parisian Views

With views like this your interiors need to be up to par and Damien Langlois-Meurinne certainly knows how. This space is all about subtle reflection, the oval dining table mimics the soft lines of the ceiling and the chairs whilst the blue rug draws in the views of the sky and the light blue hue of the ceiling up above. Embrace white furniture for a space like this and learn from the best that white doesn't have to mean simple.

Chahan Minassian's Statement Furniture

Here a neutral scheme allows the statement furniture to have its moment. A simple wooden table is instantly elevated with its fluted legs and traditional materials are exchanged for those that are unexpected. Top your table with an assortment of textured accessories to make the space noteworthy from start to finish.

Elicyon's Autumnal dining table

It's clear that Elicyon are masters of texture, one look at this dining space and there's enough to delight the eyes for quite some time. For a similar feel, don't be afraid to experiment with layering accessories in contrasting materials that belong to a similar palette.

Gunter & Co's elegant entryway

The entryway sets the tone for the rest of the home and this Gunter & Co space certainly sets a good one. With timeless panelling and monochrome floors, this elegant hall is flooded with light thanks to the glass doors at the end. Top your console table with fresh florals and a pair of lamps for an elevated look.

Noa Santos's bouclé sofa

Playful furniture never fails to excite an audience that enthuses over interiors. Here, Noa Santos has chosen not only the ever-popular bouclé sofa but also a marble coffee table with eye-catching round legs. Grounding the space lies the Cove Rug by The Rug Company in a water-like blue.

Katharine Pooley's blue living room

Pairing light blue upholstery with warm antique furniture, Katharine Pooley proves that an unlikely pairing can be the perfect match. Leading out onto a refined townhouse garden, this living space feels fresh and relaxing. Add texture with copious amounts of cushions and plenty of floral arrangements throughout.

Studio Indigo's formal townhouse garden

A truly breathtaking townhouse garden, it comes as no surprise that this was amongst the most popular instagrams of the month. Complete with water fountain, living walls and elegant garden furniture, this space is worth emulating wherever possible. Don’t forget the plants along the stairway and a few subtle finishing touches to keep the space feeling well thought through.