The house you are about to see in the photos below belongs to a photographer, one of the best known in England, Paul Massey. He is not only a fashion and interior photographer but also a refined interior decorator.
His great taste in designing his own homes is now known. His homes are often used as a location for fashion and interior design services. As interior designers, we can understand why Paul Massey’s homes have become so popular as a location for photoshoots and TV shows. They are full of natural light, very welcoming, traditional, yet sufficiently contemporary. This is important when shooting or photographing a wide range of objects and styles. But probably the most significant thing about these spaces is their palette of neutral and dusty colors. It is clear that such a neutral color combination is easily adaptable to any type of editorial need.
Today’s home, located in Primrose Hill, London. is no exception. The soft colors, the careful materials, and the recovered furniture give a welcoming country chic feeling, a uniform and harmonious style, which characterizes every room.
Simple, well cared for with the right amount of objects and well-thought-out “confusion”. This is how it appears at first glance.
The risk of a house entirely played on neutral tones is that of appearing anonymous and boring. This is not the case, where instead thanks to the clever mix of lights and shadows (let’s always remember that he is a photographer!), Played thanks to different shades and textures, he blends with a mix of styles, which create a truly unique and original look.
After falling in love with the kitchen, we were lucky enough to find pictures of the whole house. So here it is, in all its rustic, industrial and hygge splendor.