Inspirational Interiors: Music in the black-out
Posted: January 17, 2015 Filed under: 1970s, interior design, Royston Fulljames, Tim Street-Porter, Vogue
Yvonne and Alan Harmon’s completely contemporay black flocked music room, lying extraordinarily at the heart of a traditional antique furnished house. The designer, Royston Fulljames, used new American speakers, Bang & Olufsen turntable. There are push button black blinds and lights to flash on dim, a round Keracolour television, flocked black too, and three big, comfortable, black leather chairs from Harrods. The Perspex sculpture with flashing lights, by S.P. White, from Presents of Sloane St; it’s all very much in tune.
Photographed by Tim Street-Porter.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, November 1972