As home month is quickly coming to an end at the Atelier, we are particularly excited to share a peek into Rosie Seabrook’s London home. Why? Well, because not only does Rosie have a gorgeous home, but she is also a master of interior design. She is a British designer whose career spans both London and New York and whose skills span from interior design and curation to even furniture and product design! She has a singular vision pinpointed by subtle luxury and a minimalism free from the genre’s typical coldness.
Rosie’s design influences are vast–from traditional English Georgian, to French Art Deco, and Belgian Modern. Her different tastes and interests combine in an original way to create her uniquely sophisticated aesthetic.
A sensitive use of negative space and light, a weightless palette of muted tones, and an emphasis on patina and textures that create interest and depth are amongst Rosie’s key design tenants. Retaining the historical integrity and context of a space is hugely important to her practice – working with the bones of the architecture to perfect a balance of past and present.
A sense of the highly personal and the highly customized is palpable throughout Rosie’s own space, in addition to all of her client work. Curation is at the heart of her projects. The joy she finds in sourcing antiques, collecting found-objects, and working with bespoke artists and craftsmen is evident throughout every detail.