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Ivywood Cottage by Studio Gabrielle


A recent discovery via Instagram, Studio Gabrielle is led by Louise Parker, an award-winning Director who combines extensive international experience in high-end residential interiors, with a professional background in architecture. The UK-based studio takes a holistic and multidisciplinary approach, with a body of work characterised by an acute sense of detail, layered design and careful curation. Beautifully showcased in one of their recent projects, Ivywood Cottage, the Airbnb's nuanced and tactile interior features a cosy mix of old and new.

Located in Harleston, Norfolk, Ivywood Cottage is surrounded by uncompromised views of the picturesque Gawdy Hall Estate and a 15th-century church. Working within the bones of an existing Medieval build, the two bedroom cottage has been reimagined with luxurious warmth and thoughtful sensory experiences. With a calm, restorative and enduring connection to its idyllic countryside location, the interior draws from the rich tonal beauty of the rural setting. Organic surfaces such as natural plaster and warm timber are offset by fine metal detailing and tactile textiles. Touches of marble and rattan together with sculptural objects further enhance the spaces and complete the manifestation of understated luxury.⁣

Simple yet soulful, I love that this cottage offers plenty of inspiration while hunkering down at home. By focusing on small details and curating warm and inviting corners like this, you'll be happy to stay right where you are!

Photography: © Beth Davis

Images courtesy of Studio Gabrielle

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