My bedroom is one of my absolute favorite rooms in our house. Our headboard was designed by a friend a while ago but Caitlin Henderson took the gorgeous Bennison roses and ran with it. If you’ve seen my other posts about the house you know I LOVE color, and bringing in a dash of green with the hot pink and reds worked perfectly.
Caitlin designed the stools, curtains and helped me choose the palest textured gray wallpaper to really make everything pop. When it comes to choosing how the walls look in any room, whether the theme is to add simple wallpaper and keep everything else minimal or go all out with bright colors if this is the aesthetic you’re after, that is completely up to you.
It was particularly fun visiting a ribbon shop (yes, there’s a shop just for ribbons!) in Soho to pick out the stripes for the curtains. Something I would never have been able to do on my own! Caitlin then worked to design the perfect throw pillows to pull everything together.
Another thing that I really needed help with was to maximize my closet space. Caitlin worked with my contractor to add additional closets and now all of my wardrobes are organized to perfection.
A little more about Caitlin. With a degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in Art History and Spanish, Caitlin’s love of travel and art takes a forefront in each project. She works with global artisans as well as emerging and established artists to develop entirely unique spaces complete with handmade textiles, textured wall finishes and site-specific art installations.
Caitlin began her career at Victoria Hagan Interiors in New York City. Before establishing her own firm, Caitlin worked under the celebrated architect Peter Marino for 7 years and served as the director of his London office for 3 years. In 2014, Caitlin founded Caitlin Henderson Design in London.
Clients from New York to Switzerland have commissioned Caitlin to design their homes and retail spaces. All of her clients trust her clean, elevated aesthetic, and willingness to embrace their personal taste. (She helped me create the perfect sitting room which you can see here.) Caitlin’s current projects include a 7 bedroom waterfront home in Saint-Tropez, France and the fashion brand Escada’s flagship store in Dusseldorf, Germany.
To work with Caitlin visit her website here website here.
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