The colourful London home of Calgary Avansino
Calgary Avansino is not afraid of colour. Her London home, as featured in The Sunday Times shows bravery in interior decorating and is an insight into the positive, energetic lifestyle of the British Vogue contributing editor and author of wellbeing book, Keep It Real.
Situated in London’s Chelsea, the family home Calgary shared with her husband and three children boasts a daring palette and an impressive yet personal curation of furniture and art.
In the sitting room, a deep glossy mustard sets off the mid-century furniture and stunning bright collection of art and objects.
Furniture such as the Charlotte Perriand bookshelf and Serge Mouille pendant lamps are mixed with unique antique finds and beautiful parquet flooring.
A saturated teal-y turquoise glosses the dining room walls…
Bright green kitchen walls are complemented by Kelly Wearstler geometric wallpaper of the same hue in the adjoining playroom.
Some fun with Schumacher paisley print in the guest bedroom and a sugary-pink in daughter Ava’s room…
while the master bedroom is a serene scene of blue and green.
While some families opt for a calming white space, not this one, living and entertaining against a bright canvas of upbeat energy. Although the space is big and bold, it’s certainly been (well) lived in too…