A rambling former vicarage in south London brought to life by Tamsin Saunders
House & Garden
Tasked with bringing colour and harmony to the ‘greige’ interiors of this Victorian house, interior designer Tamsin Saunders has created spaces to inspire the artist who lives there.
Twenty years on it was time to re-think the home she shares with her husband and three children. ‘The way we use the house has also changed,’ adds Rosie. So she turned to Tamsin Saunders, an interior designer with an artist’s eye for colour and composition. Tamsin’s task was to redesign and refurnish the interior, and ‘de-greige’ its neutral palette, as well as designing a studio for Rosie in the garden.
This was a meeting of minds and tastes. Both client and designer (who do life drawing classes together) like the same things: artisanal textiles and antiques, ceramics, art, piles of books – all the elements which Tamsin uses to bring an always-there aesthetic to her work.