In last month's blog post, we talked about the popular modern phenomenon of Industrial Modern Interiors, this month, we're taking it back to Traditional. Calm, orderly and predictable are all key traits of a traditional interior!
Full of mid-range tones, traditional decor and classic furniture creates a homely feel. Using classic fine art styles to decorate your space can really help compliment your interior and bring the room together. If you're worried about your space looking outdated, the great thing about being traditional is you can incorporate aspects of a modern interior to create the perfect balance. It's never all or nothing when it comes to interior style.
Richard Wadey Former Film and TV Director, Richard has used his experience to produce innovative fine art photography. His commercial work takes him worldwide and this love of travel inspires his artistic work. Richard has travelled the globe from the Arctic to Antarctica.
We particularly like his works: Norway VI, Antarctica I, Norway III.
John Darnell began working in professional photography many years ago, with a career change he moved into television and was cameraman and director for many popular TV shows. He has always maintained his love for photography and creating images, despite all the changes over time he says “The fundamentals remain the same, it begins with the light and vision and then not only is it about recreating that first impression, but also, most importantly, how that moment plays on one’s imagination.”
We particularly like his works: Beauty in the Bleak Mid-Winter, Surrey Hills in Winter, Homeward Bound - Surrey
John Miller An experienced Artist inspired by the seasons and landscapes of the Surrey Hills and beyond. He never tires of revisiting a location in search of a new perspective and capturing different moments. Like many landscape photographers he inhabits the extremes of day, from early morning to the last light. In this Collection John selects his favourite shots from home and abroad that capture the mood of his location.
We particularly like his works: Blackheath II, Cornwall, Leith Hill I.