Jo Berryman’s eclectic haven is the definition of #homegoals.
Whilst each room showcases Jo’s outstanding eye for design, the beauty lies in the details – the surprising pops of colour, the flashes of animal print and stunning layers of contrasting textures. This is juxtaposed with more traditional influences that shouldn’t work with such bold choices, but do so – effortlessly.
The creator of such a place is interior designer and director of Jo Berryman Studio. With a design ethos of ‘passionately delivering the irreverent and unique’, Jo Berryman Studio promises to offer their clients the ‘Museum of You’.
The images speak for themselves – snuggle up this bank holiday weekend and step inside Jo’s visual feast of a home…
What does home mean to you?
Home is where you can fully indulge and luxuriate in emotional bric a brac and chaos. A sanctuary where you nurture yourself and your family.
How would you describe your style when it comes to decorating your home?
I’m a collector so my home is host to a witty vignette or three. Fearless juxtapositions and kaleidoscopic colour pops feature heavily. A heady combination of low and high brow, important mid century pieces sit alongside flea market acquisitions and art.
What are your three most treasured pieces?
A steel case Bill Andrus 3 piece suite, a painting by Grace O’Connor and a feather boat by Nancy Foutts.
What would be your top interior design tip for our readers?
Be bold and go for colour choices over safe ones. Your home environment has an effect on how you feel and function, colour is a simple and transformative tool. Scattered accents or architectural colour pops like coving or an architrave will add a much needed perk to a tired scheme.
What do you think is the next big interiors trend and why?
I intuit a revisit of 80s Avant Garde, Eastern Influences, High Gloss, Monochrome, Edgy Graphics and Clean Lines.
Where is your happy place in the home?
An oil infused bath at the end of the day.
A perfect Sunday is….
A muddy jaunt through the heath with kids, dogs and husband.
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