In our latest ‘Meet The Team’ feature we introduce you to Rosie, our most recent member of the team. Rosie joined Natalie Holden Interiors in early February as a Junior Interior Designer and we’re really pleased to have her as valuable support on all of our projects. We thought it would be nice for you to get to know Rosie, so grab a brew and read our Q&A!
Rosie graduated from an Architecture degree at University of Central Lancashire in 2019 and moved to Manchester to work for us. She’s been supporting Natalie on all aspects of a project and we can’t wait for you to meet her…
What’s your favourite interior design style?
My style is very eclectic! I love spaces with lots of character, traditional elements, and interesting architecture; I love mixing modern shapes and vintage pieces; I love dark and moody colours, bold patterns, and lots of textures.
“I love spaces with lots of character, traditional elements, and interesting architecture”
I think what draws me most to this style is the anything-goes spirit of it. I like the idea of a space being a curated collection of anything interesting, beautiful, or meaningful that can exist together harmoniously without being pinned down to any particular aesthetic.
Where do you find inspiration?
I find Instagram is great for discovering new designers and creative people in general that help to broaden your creative mind and provide endless inspiration. When working on a project I can find inspiration in the work of other interior designers but also artists, craftspeople, and even fashion.
Best place you’ve visited?
One of the best places I’ve been to (although I haven’t visited many countries) is Paris. I enjoy going to places with a lot of history and I love gothic and baroque architecture which Paris has in spades! Among my favourite places were Sainte-Chapelle and the Panthéon – I’m a sucker for a good ceiling!
I would love to visit Rome in the future as I adore Italian art and architecture. And pasta.
Green! I love a rich, dark, olive colour. Honourable mentions include burgundy and cobalt blue.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself!
I enjoy watching videos about fine art restoration and now my toxic trait is that I’m fully convinced if someone came to me with a battered 600-year-old painting I’d be able to perfectly restore it.
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