Inspired by The Hamptons we created this Holiday Sanctuary
A simple brief to create the feeling of being in the Hamptons started of this project. We opted for a range of blues and whites as our base and added corals and other muted pastels. The end result was a stylish and relaxed holiday home.
This home was a blank canvas and we took direction from its owner to create a space that they could entertain, but that was also relaxed with soft colours.
A Heritage Home gets a Contemporary Addition.
This Heritage Home got a major overhaul retaining the original home upstairs and adding a contemporary addition below against the cliff.
Interpreting the Old in a New Way in this Heritage Home
Repurposing old floor boards, removing some unnecessary walls, adding some paneling and beading on walls added to the layering of this heritage house. Reworking existing furniture and using plain colours and carefully breaking it up with Ikats and Graphic prints, created a lifestyle instead of just a decorated home.
Collaboration - Jacket Interiors x Debbie Deist
Using Grey as the Neutral Palette
The client bought this home from a developer and it had great bones to start with. We then took it a bit further and added more grey tones and offset it with Teal creating a graphic yet relaxed interior.
Rebooting an Iconic Landmark
We were tasked with the revamp of this Iconic Hotel and the biggest task was to give it’s previously very english interiors a new identity and a sense of place. We wanted to give the property a look that speaks of its location in Johannesburg, with a nod to the Randlords previously settled on this ridge in the Gold Rush Era. We also wanted to introduce bits of the continent and South Africa in the interiors.