#RSGLOVES: A TOUR OF THE HOUSE THAT BLOGGERS BUILT

Just over a month ago we were invited to collaborate on a very exciting project; The House That Bloggers Built. Created by talented business women, Jasmin Robertson, the idea was to launch an exciting interiors project documenting the renovation, decoration, and styling of a four bedroom family home in Brighton. To help her with the project Jas called upon hand-selected top bloggers to style and decorate each room, whilst working together to ensure a flowing design throughout the house.

The result is a real testament to Jas’ and the blogger’s talent and collaborative skills and each room in the home are wonderfully curated. Rockett St George was selected by some of the bloggers to feature our top pieces in the home and of course when we heard about this exciting project we just had to get involved. The project was filmed and will be releasing on YouTube throughout the month and so to give you a little sneak peek, we have put together our top highlights of The House That Bloggers Built…


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Situated on a residential street in Brighton, The House That Bloggers Built is easily recognisable by its bright blue paintwork marrying beautifully with its vibrant and creative story.


The Living Room

Our Gallery Cocktail Chair – Golden Glow looking fabulous along with our glam Circular Circus Set Of 2 Nesting Tables.

As you enter the home into the hallway which was designed by Jas, you enter the heart of the home; the living room. Designed by Mary Middleton, writer of the successful blog, Hello Peagreen, Mary has opted for a soft colour backdrop, styled with vibrant pops of colours and a genius mix of high-end, high street and small boutique shop pieces. Mary selected a few RSG pieces to style the room including our Brass Storage Unit, Love is the Drug Neon and the Circular Circus Nesting Tables.

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We particularly love the modern, playful look that Mary has created in the room. The drinks trolley epitomises traditional with a twist – we love how she styled the barware with a playful monkey lamp, etched glasses and the warm hues of the Copper Wall Clock.

rockettstgeorge_the_house_the_bloggers_built_2_highresOur favourite place to hang out: the drinks trolley! Featuring our etched Set of 6 Vintage Style Champagne SaucersSitting Monkey Table Lamp – White and Round Copper Wall Clock.
The perfect storage solution, our Standing Industrial Brass Storage Rack working beautifully with the geometric board and flooring. We particularly love the trick of turning the books the other way around so as not to detract from the rooms aesthetic.

The Kitchenrockettstgeorge_the_house_the_bloggers_built_11_highresChapel Dining Chair – Charcoal

The next room is the kitchen, styled by food blogger, Eshé Brown of Foodie Eshé. We were very impressed with the design, particularly because amazing food is Eshé’s area of expertise, not interiors. Eshe did a fabulous job though and we particularly love the Marilyn Print in the kitchen which adds a little upscale modern glam to the kitchen and pairs beautifully with our Chapel Dining Chairs.


The Kids Room

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Go up the stairs and you enter the kid’s room. Designed by blogger Kate Peers who writes the blog Mad About the Boys, the attention to detail in this room is top notch. Featuring vintage cars, toys, a beautiful hanging mobile, puppets and a little chair from Kate’s childhood we just couldn’t fault her well thought out design.

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tEEN Bed

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The teen’s room was designed by the interiors and lifestyle blogger, Alice Dunbar. Alice opted for pale pink hues which would delight any pink lovers out there! The eye is the detail when it comes to this room with little style spots dotted around.We loved the geometric wall that Alice had created and the rather fabulous art print hanging over the bed!

 


Master Bed

 

The master bedroom was designed by Fiona Duffy and she created a light bedroom with beautiful and calming blue walls. We particularly loved the quirky accessories that Fiona styled the room with including our wooden hand ornament and then the pops of colour on the bed and our golden Gallery Chair styled in the corner.

Our RSG Linen Blend Curtains With Gold Spot – Deep Ocean contrast beautifully with the walls and we love the quirk that the Large Natural Wooden Decorative Hand Ornament brings to the room.

The Loft Room

Our Cayan Metal Table Lamp and Dream Black Tray Table are the perfect pieces for this colour scheme

A sea of sumptuous blues the loft bedroom is designed by Danielle Hughes of Addicted To House. Danielle has opted for a mixture of deep blue hues and gold accessories creating a super plush and glamorous hideout.  We can imagine that this is the perfect bedroom to escape and relax in!

rockettstgeorge_the_house_the_bloggers_built_4_highresA stylish addition to the room, our Standing Mirror & Valet Stand
rockettstgeorge_the_house_the_bloggers_built_19_highres1Our Ornate Metal Faux Bull Skull With Horns – Gold and the dark and moody bathroom with geometric tiles that we just LOVE.

Check out this teaser clip of The House That Bloggers Built …

Want to know more?! Episodes of this exciting project will be releasing on YouTube throughout the month of September. For more info visit The House That Bloggers Built Website.

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