The way we curate our homes is a true reflection of our taste and personal experiences. At Hadeda, we love seeing how each piece collected along the way combines to tell the story of you. In Part 2 of ‘At home with Hadeda’ – a new series where we visit clients who have styled our furniture or decorative items into their homes – we went to visit a friend of Hadeda, Amanda Vaughan Lee. Much like her personal style, Amanda’s home is a seamless curation of print, texture and one-off pieces, set against breath-taking views of the English countryside.
A Textured Touch
Equal parts comforting and considered, Amanda’s addition of woven accents bring the ultimate homey feeling. Amanda has combined a beautiful selection of Binga wall baskets, working closely with our design team on the combination.The soft colours and natural dye complement her walls, creating a striking mural.
Amanda has expertly woven textural combinations throughout her house, using elevated wallpapers, fabrics and earthy, natural motifs to striking effect. In her bathroom, she’s paired this beautiful wallpaper with our bestselling cane mirror to create a soft, inviting atmosphere. Made using traditional weaving techniques by talented artisans in Malawi, this mirror has a spectacular fan design, making it a standout centrepiece.
Tie it all together
An easy, neutral way to finish off a space is with a versatile rug. Our handwoven seagrass designs are the perfect textured backdrop to any living space. Amanda has combined hers with a soothing array of elevated fabrics and comforting woods.
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The ultimate reading nook starts with a great cane piece. Featured here is our traditional cane single chair finished in seasonal green. Adding colour to woven pieces puts a unique spin on this comforting, down-to-earth material.