Pantry of the Week: Elevated Kitsch in Matilda Goad’s Granny-Chic Larder
For a when, it was the mudroom that grabbed house buyers’ consideration as the most coveted very small room of the residence. The new status little area (in accordance to our really unscientific assessment)? The walk-in pantry.
Not long ago, we spotted on the historical real estate website Inigo the extremely charming pantry of Matilda Goad, the gifted British designer who hardly ever met a scalloped structure she didn’t like (her on-line retail store has napkins, lamp shades, and planters—all of her design and all featuring the charming silhouette). Not incredibly, she has a penchant for floral prints and vintage pieces, too, but she elevates and modernizes the granny stylish aesthetic with daring shades and graphic factors.
“I’m a great believer of the concept that if you come about to arrive throughout some thing that you enjoy, you will generally obtain a dwelling for it,” she informed Inigo. “I really don’t around-take into account anything, to me that is what provides appeal and character to a area. I assume some folks almost certainly think my residence and my design is little bit of a mashup, but I’m just unafraid of mixing anything from the ’50s with a truly present day item that I could’ve acquired previous week from The Conran Shop. If you like anything and it feels appropriate, it will all operate alongside one another in the end.”
Images courtesy of Inigo.