Artist and designer Carolyn Quartermaine's home in the south of France is a laid back retreat fit for a modern day bohemian princess. The space is light-filled and open with the walls and floors bathed in soft washed neutral tones that create a serene background. Ornate, nostalgic details - antique French furniture and chandeliers are posed against the casual, low slung furniture with a few mid century modern pieces mixed in giving an eclectic casual look that is modern yet timeless. Delicate antique lace panels and Carolyn's own delicate floral fabrics diffuse the light throughout the home and give a soft, warm glow.
Little shots of bright pink and yellow infuse a sense of energy and playfulness and prevent it from becoming 'too beige'.
Unapologetically feminine and very romantic - delicate pink floral panels add such a warmth to her all-white studio.
Pink florals, obviously a favourite of Carolyn's, appear throughout the home in beautiful full blooms and in a handpainted mural in Carolyn's bathroom.
The lace panel acts as a canopy above the bed, held back by a single branch. I love this natural, rustic element against the delicate lace and crystal chandelier.