There's no one who captures a chic and sophisticated sense of style as much as supermodel Rosie Huntington Whiteley. Known for her love of neutral colors that extends from her fashion sense to the interior of her home, we're particularly inspired by the modern and elegant look of her dressing room.
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'Rosie's dressing room showcases marble in a way that exudes timeless elegance and luxury,' comments interior designer Anu Kurup. 'The creamy marble with subtle veining complements the room's soft color palette, creating a harmonious and soothing atmosphere.'
As well as being undoubtedly an aesthetic choice in the home, experts say that marble is also a practical choice of material, particularly in the dressing room.
'Marble is a beautiful addition to a dressing room because its smooth, sleek surface contrasts the texture of clothing and textiles nicely. It’s also easy to keep clean and clear of dust, and though it may attract rust in high-moisture environments, marble is perfectly suited for the dry conditions of a closet or dressing room,' explains designer Milly McEwan.
Milly McEwan is an award-winning designer, working as the Product and Design Manager at RJ Living, a furniture and home furnishings manufacturer and retailer.
Anu Kurup is the interior designer behind Persimmon Design. With a commitment to sustainability, Anu transforms spaces into stunning works of art, creating unique and eco-conscious designs.
Owner of Midland Stone Niall John Lynchehaun also vouches for the hardwearing nature of marble, explaining: 'Marble is a durable and long-lasting material, making it ideal for high-traffic areas like dressing rooms. It can withstand the wear and tear associated with daily use, such as walking in and out, handling clothing, and the occasional spills.'
Another key feature of using marble in the home is its light-reflecting qualities, which further positions it as a good choice for the dressing room. 'One thing that makes marble a particularly good choice for dressing rooms is its reflective surface and its light-enhancing properties. It’s something that helps bounce light around the space, making it easier to see and choose clothing,' says Lynchehaun.
Dressing rooms are a great place to experiment with bold design choices. From shelving options to wallpaper, we have lots of walk-in closet ideas to give you some further inspiration.
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Emily Moorman is a News Writer at Homes & Gardens, working across a range of topics spanning interiors, celebrity and emerging trends. With a background in the fashion industry, Emily is well-versed in the world of design and trend cycles. Her undergraduate degree was in Fashion Communication and Promotion which she studied at Norwich University of The Arts, specialising in writing and digital communications.
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