Back to the Royal and Lavishness

Back to the Royal and Lavishness



Cabell Design Studio’s interior design projects bring some blast from the past. As they say “Richness of texture and color are an integral part of each design solution we create”. And that’s more than true. Royal tapestries, aristocratic furnishings, luxurious chandeliers and huge antique rug on the wall surprise our eyes by being perfectly accustomed to 21st century’s state of the art interiors.

In the one of the sitting-room main accent is lavender blue velvet divan with oval pillows. In the other – long and heavy curtains, which look like absorbing fatigue of day. Please give the attention to that master bathroom! Perfectly shaped bath near the tall window with daily pleats and blackout full-curtains. In state, in the middle of the entryway stand settee and circular velvet vanilla pouffe. Aged cabinet doors give this lovely kitchen as provence interior feeling. There is eye catching tool platform attached with chains to the ceiling, showing practical use of space. Ornamented faded blue wallpapers and screen give coziness to the bedroom, you can obviously notice the unexpected and original idea to place canopy curtains in front of the window and hide half of it. But anyway, it still looks stunning!

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