Llewellyn is a French interior, furniture designer and creative consultant. Graduated of a master in Interior Design at the New York School of Interior Design, she began her career as an independent designer for residential properties as well as doing set design and art direction for fashion brands.
Describe your go-to style:
I have a very eclectic style and love mixing contemporary and vintage pieces, I even go every week to the vintage market to try and find special pieces that gives a unique feel to any projects. For me it is a key part to give a soul to any room. I generally focus on material and love mixing them. I usually use a classic architectural base or material tone and build on using more extravagant or luxurious pieces. Contrast is key in my designs.
Describe your ideal project:
I love residential but my ideal project would be a mountain hotel or a restaurant, I would love to create a cozy atmosphere using soft and warm tones contrasting with the surrounding landscape.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I have lived in Europe, the US and Mexico and my style is then an eclectic mix of all those travel influences. I am mostly influenced by material and color and can start designing an entire room around a material I've fallen in love with. I'm always looking at architecture or details around me that can trigger my creativity.