Houzz – April 2020

23 Statement Ceilings That Will Make You Look Up

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Senior Houzz Writer:  Georgia Madden

Forget boring, featureless expanses of white – the statement ceiling is where it’s at right now. Keen to make a feature of your own ‘fifth wall’? We’ve gathered together 23 show-stopping ideas from Houzz around the globe to show you just what’s possible.

17. Headed in the right direction. Johannesburg, South Africa
Interior Designer: Anna Correia Interior Consultant

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SIMPLY STYLISH: LIVING ROOM MAKEOVER

By creating a striking feature wall and upcycling the existing furniture Neville Watt’s living room has been transformed into a stylish, inviting space

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“My living room lacked warmth and character. Even though the furniture layout worked, the fabrics and finishes were dated and the space felt empty and bland. I knew it had the potential to be so much more,” says Neville Watt.

before_afterHOW THIS SPACE WENT FROM DRAB TO FAB

Neville enlisted the help of interior decorator Anna Correia. Her brief was two-fold. “Neville wanted to establish a warmer, welcoming feel using as much of his existing furniture as possible and he wanted the fireplace to function as a more distinct focal point against the end wall,” she says.

After deciding on a chic palette of greys, bronze and black, new fabrics were selected to update the furniture. Slipcovers in Belgian linen were made for the sofas and the seat inners were re-filled to make them more comfortable.

The slipcovers on the sofas are made up in Mavromac’s Belgium Linen River and the scatters cushions feature a combination of textured fabrics from Hertex, Home Fabrics and Tessa Sonik. A rug from Paco ties the scheme together.

The slipcovers on the sofas are made up in Mavromac’s Belgium Linen River and the scatters cushions feature a combination of textured fabrics from Hertex, Home Fabrics and Tessa Sonik. A rug from Paco ties the scheme together.

“I also replaced the large back cushions on the sofas with a variety of scatter cushions for a softer, more contemporary look,” she says. Pattern was brought in by re-upholstering a pair of occasional chairs in a houndstooth check. The mahogany frames were resprayed in a high gloss grey. The existing coffee table was reinvented by removing its mirror panels, applying a soft ash grey stain and replacing the glass top with a panel upholstered in a textured vinyl.

The feature wall was tackled next. Anna designed a new classical fireplace surround. To enhance its proportions she framed it with wall to wall oak cabinets. “The wood was given an ash stain to complement the colour scheme and concealed downlighters were installed to enhance the effect of the wall unit in the evenings,” says Anna.

The wall unit incorporates a bar that makes serving drinks easy. It was made and installed by River Woods Manufacturing. The fireplace surround was custom built by Vasco Henriques.

The wall unit incorporates a bar that makes serving drinks easy. It was made and installed by River Woods Manufacturing. The fireplace surround was custom built by Vasco Henriques.

SOURCES

Anna Correia Interior Design Consultancy annacorreia.co.za

Hertex hertex.co.za

Home Fabrics hf.co.za

Paco pacorugs.co.za

River Woods Manufacturing 011 887 7139

Tessa Sonik tessasonik.co.za

U&G Fabrics ugfabrics.co.za

Vasco Henriques vascohenriques.co.za


SA Décor – May 2016

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A WORLD OF DESIGN WITH ANNA CORREIA

May 11, 2016

Anna Correia is an interior consultant offering interior design, decorating and remote design services. She describes her unique look as “Comfortable contemporary living with an eccentric twist” and the style she applies is both sophisticated and elegant, with clean lines and contrasting colours working together with classic, understated charm.

The palette is predominantly natural or neutral shades including charcoal, cream and taupe paired with more sumptuous colours such as gold, mauve or navy. Anna Correia’s work is influenced by a broad experience of the world, with time spent in international destinations ranging from New York, Barcelona, Paris and London to Portugal, Amsterdam, and Mozambique.

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House Atlantic Beach, Cape Town

House Atlantic Beach was in a serious need of a kitchen revamp.  The old space was old; with classic details and the overall feel was harsh – we had to create an open contemporary warm space!  The renovation consisted of removing an old floor to ceiling fire unit; replacing of floors and complete face lift on the kitchen.  The tricky part for us was to re-inventive the kitchen from the old to the new by using the current carcasses and framework of the joinery, mission accomplished!  Finishes applied were new: high gloss fronts; engineered stone tops; floating oak counter; coloured glass splash backs; LED lighting and stainless steel kitchen appliances.  We replaced the fire unit with a floating high gloss unit with a drop in eco-fire unit, keeping the warmth with a contemporary touch!

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