Talking colour, pattern and artists with interior designer Emma Deterding of Kelling Designs


Talking colour, pattern and artists with interior designer Emma Deterding of Kelling Designs

“All colours go – just chuck it all together!” And after seeing Emma’s showroom I couldn’t agree more! 

With her characteristic use of colour and mix of Indian textiles, artworks, mirrors and decorative lighting, today’s guest can transform any space into a colourful, comfortable home.

She recently launched a new collection of stunning upholstered chairs in her signature style, a new wallpaper design AND opened her new showroom in Chelsea. I am very pleased to be talking with interior designer Emma Deterding, Founder and creative director of Kelling Designs in today’s episode.

Today’s guest

You can find here –

Website : KellingDesigns.com 

Insta:  @kellingdesigns


Website: KDLoves.com

Insta:  @shopkellingdesigns


A few things we covered in this episode :

  • Out of architecture George Saumarez Smith – Adam Architect 
The AMAZING green table as seen in the showroom
The Andrew Martin Book Cover
Party wall as featued in The Times
  • Chris Lavine – photographer of the queen
  • The bar – 50th birthday party
The AMAZING green table in the showroom
The barn at Emma’s birthday party
  • KD Loves Chairs in Bernard Thorpe – fabric collaboration – seen below  
  • Room hampers
  • Paul Golding – joiner – cabinet maker  – drinks cabinet in show room

 

Listen to this weeks episode here or click on iTunes 

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