Be Inspired by these 10 interior design projects of Nina Campbell
Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers, with a brilliant sense of style, that combines contemporary and traditional inspirations that appeal to both young and old people.
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Nina Campbell start is a career when she went to work for John Fowler at the prestigious Sybil Colefax & John Fowler at the age of nineteen. At this time she was already enthusiastic and interest in design and interiors.
Shortly afterward she set up her own decorating business, where one of her first commissions was to design a castle in Scotland. And, until now, Nina Campbell was able to expand the business into opening a design studio, retail shop, and furniture showroom, designing her own signature interior design products.
Nina Campbell’s career in interior design includes notable projects on a personal and commercial level, and today Home and Decoration will show you 10 interior design projects of this designer.
10 interior design projects of Nina Campbell
1. The Magritte Bar at The Beaumont Hotel London
A brown and depressing bar, full of booths and without elements of softness. Long benches with stamped velvet, layered lighting by the designer Arnold Chan, paintings by Van Dongen and Scottish school (painting of Magritte), and a ceramic piece by Picasso make up the bar.
2. The Restaurant at Capital Hotel London
On this restaurant, Nina Campbell worked with existing elements in the room, including the paneling, dining chairs (that went re-covered), and a magnificent chandelier (that was cleaned and lowered). Also, she decided to remove the curtains and to replace them with blinds, to have maximum natural light.
3. Los Angeles Showhouse
This project of Nina Campbell was decorated with fabrics and wallpapers from her own collections, the rooms reflect the formal architecture of this old house with a relaxed and luxurious look and feel.
4. London Pied-à-Terre
This project of Nina Campbell involves the transformation of a small London flat into a 1930s apartment. To complete this challenge it was necessary to combine a carefully re-configured space and the introduction of beautifully etched glass screens. Because the apartment is on the top floor overlooking trees, mirrors were employed to maximize the light and also to enhance the feeling of space. The apartment is furnished with a mix of thirties pieces or those inspired by that era.
5. Chelsea Townhouse
This is Nina’s London House and the furniture is from Nina’s own collection! The house is furnished with a mix of favorite pieces accumulated over the years as well as new pieces she has added to pull them all together and the ceilings are painted in a reflective lacquer that adds light and life to the interior. The drawing room is dominated by a simple bolection style fireplace surround by a beautiful gilded finish that Nina bought in Brooklyn and which she has set against a section of wall covered in a mirror.
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6. Belgravia Apartment
On this project, the clients of Nina Campbell have many passions and inspirations – music, good food and wine, and contemporary art. Their brief was for a light, airy space that would complement their extensive collection of paintings and sculptures and also should be completely neutral. Her response was to source furniture and textiles that had plenty of texture with a style inspired by the glamour of the 1930s.
7. Wiltshire Country House
This farmhouse in Wiltshire is decorated in a palette inspired by the rolling countryside that surrounds it; a range of greens in varying intensity, rich neutrals, and soft sky blues run throughout the house, creating a strong link between inside and out.
8. New York Brownstone
New York Brownstone is a magnificent home that combines the spirit of the 19th century with discreet 21st-century luxury. The transformation of the house included the design and installation of a new staircase that elegantly twists its way up successive floors. The centerpiece of the house is the magnificent drawing room that spans the breadth of the building.
9. Rome Apartment
An apartment that reflects the Italian heritage of the owners and the spirit of the beautiful city of Rome. This project shoes the amazing capacity of Nina Campbell to mix old and new, classic and contemporary styles and subtle shades with bold colors to create distinctive interiors with a sense of place that also reflects the tastes and interests of their owners.
10. A Manhattan Penthouse
One of the many reasons for Nina Campbell’s success is her extraordinary versatility and capacity to create a distinct sense of place.
On this project, gleaming finishes and bold use of color combine to create a glamorous, urban feel that couldn’t be anywhere but in the heart of the city. Bespoke furniture and details such as paneled walls inlaid with brass enhance the glamorous cosmopolitan feel.
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