This project vividly demonstrates the diversity of techniques characteristic of the traditional English mansion. Each room refers to a particular style or tradition in British art. For example, in the billiard room, decoration of which was inspired by the medieval abbeys, walls are completely covered with tapestries as it used to be in the castles long ago. The ceiling, by its construction, is the absolute know-how of the designer, but each square caisson in its structure is decorated with a ceramic insert with an ornament of the traditional medieval trefoils. The same pattern can be seen in the decoration of furniture as well.
The classical Chippendale dining room, Georgian bedroom, colonial lounge, and, of course, the obligatory male cabinet in the English style, where the warm color of wood in antique furniture and massive leather chairs is in harmony with the traditional Scotch tweed on the walls.
Noble shades of golden honey, royal blue, pearl-gray, translucent turquoise are "echoing" the exquisite textures, permeate the whole house with vibrations of color transitions from one room to another binding different rooms (kitchen and dining room) with the same textures (eg, hand-painted wallpaper).