‘If you are planning an interior around a collection, first consider the architecture of the house. Often that dictates where certain pieces will go,’ says interior designer Amanda Baring, of the scheme she has created for the home of her sister, a prolific collector of contemporary ceramics.
Amanda felt it was important for the drawing room to retain a certain formality, as it would have in the nineteenth century, but without its looking like part of a museum. The walls are painted in a pretty pink – ‘Calamine’ from Farrow & Ball is a similar shade.
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