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We’re fascinated with how these iconic figures lived and wonder what it would be like if they were around today.
Using our expertise in design, as well as key style attributes and facts about the homes they once lived in, here at Neville Johnson we have re-designed the bedrooms of some of the world’s most iconic figures, giving them a modern flare.
Here we have a bohemian bedroom inspired by the music legend, Jimi Hendrix.
This iconic figure was not only known for his music but also his fashion style. Typical of the bohemian interior trend, Jimi loved to mix textures, colours and patterns in his clothing which can also be seen in the London flat where he once lived.
To design Jimi’s modern boho abode we have incorporated styling that is quintessential of this trend by clashing prints, layering textures, mixing shapes, combing multiple colours, adding fringing, and including furniture that is lower to the ground.
Jimi’s fashion was also known for its gender fluidity which we have incorporated into our design by using both feminine and masculine colours. We believe the result is a beautiful room perfect for any gender in the 21st century.
Known to rarely be seen wearing anything other than black and white, to this day, Coco Chanel is known for her luxurious style and this bedroom, with its black surfaces, clean lines and plush textures, certainly mirrors that style.
The French designer spent most of her days in the apartment above the Paris Chanel store, but it was actually the Ritz where the designer rested her head at night. As a nod to this, notice the high ceilings and intricate panelling on the walls that is a key trend today as well as being quintessential of 1920s French interior design.
Also, spot the flower-etched screen which has been placed in front of a door. This is a nod to Coco Chanel’s interior trick which involved using the screen to hide the exit in hope of making her most loved guests forget to leave.
Born in Stratford Upon Avon in the 16th Century, little is known about the exact life of literature legend William Shakespeare. However, what we do know is that in the 16th century wood was a commonly used material when building, furnishing, and decorating a home.
Taking inspiration from wooden materials and the home in Stratford Upon Avon, which is believed to be Shakespeare’s birthplace, we have designed a contemporary bedroom using plush wooden flooring, wooden beams and ceiling, as well as an opulent wooden bed frame and chandelier.
Can you spot the nod to his iconic plays amongst the books which we imagine would have inspired his next works?
Mexican artist and feminist icon, Frida Kahlo was infamous in the 20th century for her extensive use of bold, primary colours in her art. This can also be seen at the home in Mexico which she once lived where the walls are painted using bright blues, greens and yellows.
To add our modern twist, we have used the interior design trend called colour blocking. This technique involves pairing two or more bold colours together which we incorporated by splashing colour on the walls, bedding and floor cushions.
Also well known for her self-portraits, we have included an antique mirror wall as an easy way for Frida to continue creating her artistic masterpieces.
It was in the 16th century that Queen Elizabeth I was born and crowned the Queen of England.
Like Shakespeare’s home, Elizabethan interior design included extensive use of wooden paneling, wooden furniture, and wooden floors. However, homes of the wealthy would also have featured ornate ceiling moldings, tapestries and opulent four-poster beds with sumptuous bedsheets made from luxurious fabrics.
To add our modern take on this Elizabethan bedroom we have included bold colours and patterns in our wallpaper as well as beautifully intricate coving across the ceiling and walls which would be the envy of any interior design guru today.
Whilst admiring our opulent golden frames with contemporary art, did you notice the wig used by the Matriarch herself?
Here at Neville Johnson we are specialists in bedroom furniture and staircase renovations, and we pride ourselves on both our design skills and craftmanship.
If you are looking to give your bedroom a modern twist, speak to one of our expert designers today. From fitted wardrobes to bespoke storage solutions and luxurious dressing room designs, we can transform your bedroom with bespoke fitted furniture.
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From the initial contact with the company to the completion and installation everything was utterly professional; we have no hesitation in recommending the company to anybody. We are so pleased, that Neville Johnson is returning to install a new staircase!
Mr and Mrs Thorpe, Radcliffe
The room is transformed and has been hugely admired by family and friends. I was pleasantly surprised by the attentive and courteous client care – everything went according to plan and nothing seemed too much trouble. They were in regular contact before and after the installation. I would highly recommend Neville Johnson to anyone wanting to transform a room.
Cherry Murdoch, London
A real easy process, I would really recommend Neville Johnson to anyone. From the first phone call through to a very skilled fitter (who had to go above and beyond with our old house not having one straight line in it) it was all so easy. We couldn’t be happier that we chose to use Neville Johnson.
Richard Smith, Surrey
From the moment the brochure was delivered, I was optimistic that we were buying quality. I wasn’t disappointed. All contact made was courteous, polite and clear, with phone calls confirmed by email. In short, we’re really thrilled with our library and it was effortless from start to finish.
Alison Cole, Swinton
From the outset of our contract with Neville Johnson, we were supported with design choices, given expert advice and all deadlines were met. Everyone was courteous, knowledgeable and friendly. The craftsmanship is superb; our staircase is now an outstanding feature of our open plan lounge.
Judith Scorer, Stockport
Our new staircase looks fantastic. We’ve had lots of compliments and it has transformed our hallway. The whole experience was great from beginning to end, from discussing our requirements to the finished article.
Mr & Mrs Begbie, Hampshire
From the initial meeting with the senior designer to discuss our needs, to the surveyor and then the installer, we were extremely delighted with the end result. The installation process went without any problems. All the staff were very professional and we would recommend Neville Johnson without hesitation.
Rosalind Tunnicliffe, Solihull
I cannot recommend this company enough. From first contact we received very high quality service. We were informed as to everything that was going on, which was backed up by the necessary paperwork, plans and phone calls. The fitter was competent and the work he did we can’t fault.
Mrs K Holroyd, Wrexham
From contacting the company to the point where the cupboards were fitted I was impressed by the whole process. The initial salesperson that visited was knowledgeable and helpful. I would certainly use Neville Johnson again and highly recommend this company.
Mrs S. D, Lincolnshire
From our initial enquiry to the completion of our staircase, we have found all the members of the team at Neville Johnson to be very helpful, courteous and professional in all our dealings. The staircase has transformed our living space. We have been very impressed with this company from start to finish and would not hesitate to recommend them.
Pauline Treston, Northumberland