Inject your walls with Thirties-style star power by bumping up a candy stripe behind edgy black frames.
Channel your inner diva in a golden throne absolutely dripping with glamour.
A punchy orange stripe and totally outré carpet maximise the drama in a sumptuously decked-out suite.
Pimped up with fringing, this show-stopping dressing table is the ideal spot to get ready for your close-up.
For the most extravagant of wall coverings, line the surface in lush fabric. It’s divinely decadent…
Ocean-blue hues, a glitzy chandelier and shimmering drapes bring an irresistibly cool, Palm Springs vibe.
Double up on a Thirties motif by painting the outline of a Deco-style mirror. Call it in-depth beauty…
Give a subtle nod to the allure of Art Deco with a gilded circular unit and standout pendant.
With its epic fantail headboard and dynamic wallpaper duo, this boudoir is a young starlet’s dream space.
Photography ⁄ Michael Sinclair
Styling ⁄ Marianne Cotterill
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