Quite Simply French - Williamson Room
The final bedroom at Quite Simply French is the Williamson Room. Upon entering this bedroom, you immediately notice the elaborate Lincrusta wall covering behind the luxurious Super King bed. It’s deep, gold colouring sets the colour pallet for the room and this metallic tone is prominent throughout. Once again, the room is host to a beautiful exposed brick wall with rich colours, original beams and skylights to fill the room with natural light.
What we love about all the rooms at Quite Simply French is that each one is different, unique and elegant. They all have different carpets, different headboard colours, different tiles used for the en-suites, yet they all flow seamlessly with each other and are connected by wood beams, exposed brick walls and tasteful décor.
Past the oversized mirror and dressing area, the plush, gold carpet meets the en-suite where the warm, metallic theme continues. There is no feature wall, the tile used is so interesting and variable that it doesn’t need anything extra. ‘Grunge Grey Lapparto’ by Aparici is a beautiful 44x89cm porcelain tile with a hint of an industrial look. At first glance you think it is grey, but as you look again you see gold, browns, beiges and even blues – it is simply mesmerising. Chrome fixtures and fittings compliment ‘Grunge Grey’ perfectly and the end result is an attractive and inviting en-suite that sits in harmony with the rest of the room.
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