Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Style stalking: Fleur Wood

Fleur Wood's girly, eclectic style is evident in not only her feminine designs but also her boutiques and cosy Sydney home.

Fleur's cottage is filled with vintage glassware, candelabras, religious icons and furniture creating a stylish and homey feel. The white walls and key pieces of furniture are soothing and show off the lovingly collected items to their best. A beautiful contrast with the dark timber floors.
Feminine, ethnic and vintage influences combine throughout the whole house, even in one table-setting.
The semi-renovated fireplace becomes a beautiful feature of the room when filled with candles, religious statues and flowers.
A half-bedroom, otherwise a difficult space to work, acts as a walk in wardrobe where Fleur's considerable wardrobe is easily accessed on simple white shelving.
Her favourite pieces are often on display- the huge and gorgeous mirror provides the perfect canvas as well as being a stunning feature.
Bay windows and white walls make the bedroom a light, bright space.
Pretty and feminine pieces are a feature in the house like these mini-mannequins and vintage fragrance bottles.
Interiors images: Belinda Aucott for marie claire

The Fleur Wood boutiques also have evidence of Fleur's eclectic interiors styling. I love the feature wall of mirrors and frames above the racks.

Combined with the shelving a sense of heritage prevails in-store which give aesthetic pleasure whilst browsing the beautiful ranges.

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