John Rocha showcases Home range
The legendary designer becomes designer in residence at the luxury Debenhams apartment, showcasing his Autumn 2016 Homes Collection
John Rocha has become designer in residence at the luxury five-star apartment hotel, Cheval Three Quays, London.
Creating a sleek interior styled with the AW 16 collection of his Designer at Debenhams collection, the legendary designer has created a modern living space featuring grey, copper and neutral pieces to create a luxurious living space in the heart of London.
The two bedroom apartment features a clean-lined grey textured weave sofa as the perfect place to relax along with table lamps to create ambient lighting. Copper is featured with statement bowls for coffee tables as well as lamp bases with hammered effect to provide additional texture. Hammered effect is also carried through to a Hurricane lamp and texturing on vases to add interest against the neutral colour palette.
Natural materials play a part in the space with storage pieces including square woven basket and acacia wood lids on bread bins and storage jars in cream and soft grey.
The clean and contemporary range sits within a space which boasts includes dramatic floor to ceiling windows with unrivalled views across the River Thames and Tower Bridge.
Creating the living space, with items hand-picked by John and styling directed by the Designer, Rocha’s trademark simple and elegant look is achieved presenting a calm and beautiful environment in the middle of the capital
John Rocha comments;“It was wonderful to dress the Cheval Three Quays apartment with my AW16 homeware collection for Debenhams`. It’s great to see everything working in one space, and I hope it allows all the guests to experience and understand my brand’s ethos. It’s so important to me that all my work, fashion and homeware work together, making a real John Rocha experience.”
The space follows designs created by Designers at Debenhams, Ben de Lisi and Matthew Williamson. A year long initiative with Cheval Quays sees the space changing four times during the year.