The result is a simple, relaxed home that Kacher describes as ‘classic contemporary’. She’s used clean, simple lines and a neutral palette that features striking pops of colour. ‘It’s got richness through colour and texture,’ she says. There’s also a strong emphasis on quality, with beautiful, textured fabrics and fittings. For such an imposing house, it is surprisingly cosy. ‘The client wanted the house to be luxurious but family friendly, and it has an elegance about it as well,’ she says. See tricks of the trade when designing with colour
Many of the home’s features, such as the joinery, fireplaces and coffee tables are bespoke designs by DK Interiors in conjunction with Decorus. When it came to sourcing furnishings, Kacher looked to brands like Ochre and Julian Chichester. Many of those stunning fabrics came from Dedar, an Italian firm that she rates for its richness of colour. ‘The quality is really beautiful,’ she says.