Top 5 Picks Round Up - Girl About House

We were so pleased when Sarah Mailer from Girl About House agreed to join in our Top 5 Picks series.  You can read our interview with her here.

She choose a great selection of products from our members and you can see her visits to the showroom in our highlights on Instagram.

The Rug Company – Elie Saab, ‘Brushstrokes’ hand-knotted wool and silk rug.

“The soft, painterly marks and fluidity of design really appeal to me. The muted blues and greens are calming and understated, allowing this design to blend beautifully into most spaces with considerable ease.”

Waterworks – Studio Express Axel Mosaic

“This tile is both effortlessly classic yet distinctly modern. I always gravitate towards a geometric pattern and with its nod to Art Deco, this hexagon design is ticking all the right boxes.”

Christopher Wray – Bolle – 6 light suspension pendant in burnished brass finish.

“The simplicity of the forms and architectural shape really appealed. The structure of the burnished brass arms contrasts beautifully with the hand-blown glass spheres, creating a striking centrepiece for any scheme.”

Tom Faulkner – Capricorn Console Table with Arabescato marble and finished in ‘White Gold’.

“I return to this piece time and time again, recently incorporating a dark bronze and glass version into a client’s scheme. It’s the curvature of the base – such a strong, sculptural form – which works so effectively against a wall or the straight back of a sofa. A gorgeous statement!”

Catchpole & Rye – The Brass Bateau with painted charcoal exterior

“Nothing quite says hotel luxury like a freestanding, roll-top bath. Catchpole & Rye’s designs are elegant and sophisticated. I am especially keen on this combination – the charcoal exterior, with its matte finish, feels extremely modern and chic.”


Thank you for making such great choices Sarah – and for posting such great videos on your Instagram to go along with the series!

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