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di Fiona Barratt-Campbell
ELEMENTAL. The Interior Designs of Fiona Barratt-Campbell
The first book to showcase the award-winning work of interior designer and entrepreneur Fiona Barratt-Campbell, whose interiors marry a sense of opulence with bold, material simplicity.
Fiona Barratt-Campbell established Fiona Barratt Interiors in 2006 and is increasingly recognized as one of Britain's leading figures in interior design. Barratt-Campbell draws on the history of the rugged landscape of Northumberland, where she grew up. Her designs are bold and geometric, and her finishes are intricate, with materials ranging from solid cast bronze and sandblasted wood to Brazilian fish skin. Her signature style combines sophisticated neutrals interlaced with bursts of accent color, and although more modern themes remain core to her interiors, she also integrates antiques, particularly twentieth-century pieces, into her designs.
In her first book, Barratt-Campbell offers a wealth of experience and advice to readers to achieve signature style via in-depth looks at the homes profiled here, making this a definitive master class in interior design. Curated in close collaboration with Barratt-Campbell, this beautiful volume is a must-have for any decorator wanting to give his or her home a touch of Barratt-Campbell's distinctive style: the perfect blend of luxury and functionality.
> Fiona Barratt-Campbell's interior spaces provide the framework to explore a way of life; whether that is meeting new people, sharing ideas, or escaping into a utopia. Working with a global A-list, Barratt-Campbell offers the ultimate service and a true understanding of the balance between timeless luxury and intelligent, space-conscious design. Barratt-Campbell studied fine art at Chelsea College of Art, London, and Parsons School of Design, New York.
> Tony Chambers (Foreword by) is brand and content director of Wallpaper* magazine.
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