Robinson van Noort | Church Road, London

As seen in Homes & Gardens February issue - Molecule Charcoal ...

Co-founded in 2001 by husband and wife team Alister Robinson and Carolyn van Noort, Robinson van Noort comes together to create the full design package from architectural renovation through to interior design and bespoke finishes. They encompass an elegant sophistication filled with the character and personality of their client.

Robinson van Noort have been snapped on the cover of February’s issue of Homes and Gardens! We’re thrilled for them and also excited to spot our Molecule Charcoal featuring in the dining room of their stunning Church Road Project.

The article by Juliet Benning explores the joining and renovation of two Victorian properties to create a character filled family home for their client Miranda Davies and her husband in central London. The property explores a neutral palette filled with warmth and a mix of fitted and free standing furniture with strictly no chrome - based on the brief by Miranda Davies.

At the front of the property sits the dining room filled with original character. A large oval dining table designed by Ali Robinson takes centre stage with the large bay window framing the space and filling the room with soft light.

Classic pinch pleat curtains in Molecule Charcoal by Chase Erwin edged in contracting orange piping are an elegant and sophisticated curtain, framing the window while pairing seamlessly with the warm grey suede fabric wallpaper.

To view the full feature Click here

We are pleased for Robinson van Noort, the feature is a really lovely read and I’d highly recommend taking a look.