|Note: All photos taken from Elle Decor website|
So, I have quite an eclectic taste, however one theme I return to every time without fail is 'glamour'. It's a word with a terrible reputation and one that has overshadowed the true meaning of the word, however Radcliffe's work rectifies that. As observed on the Elle Decor website (where further photos can be found), the interior designer's work has often been described as seductive, which is rarely a bad thing when it comes to visuals, however over twenty years his work has evolved to include other elements that stretch further than seductive and grow to truly represent the word 'glamour' in the way that it once was. One of my favourite spaces photographed of the rebuilt Notting Hill townhouse that Radcliffe lives in with his wife, is the seating area shown above. The room says a lot without demanding attention - your eyes have no choice but to follow the curved seating to the golden gilded mirror that isn't placed above the fireplace as expected and perhaps draws further attention because of that.
If you're still debating how prominent 'glamour' is in the architectural and interior designer's work, the bedroom will help settle your mind. The refined take on animal print and mirroring found in the bedroom is refreshing and ultimately challenging of typical views of these aspects being used in that room. My appreciation of Radcliffe's work can be best exhibited by the pride I felt when seeing the fur throw covering the townhouse's bed, as I have recently done the very same in my room..