Natalia Miyar's office at the
Helen Green Design studio is very much a reflection of her personal style and is characteristic of the work the design studio creates. The space is where clients are welcomed in for informal meetings and the door is always open to the design team. Come on in and explore… 68
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Natalia’s office is infused with a layering of textures, furniture and fabrics. An elegant desk from Promemoria with parchment and bronze base anchors the space, while a striped linen sail blind creates a dramatic backdrop. Natalia sits on a comfortably cushioned ‘Dandy’ desk chair from
HGD Collection and a hand painted silk ‘Gramercy’ wallpaper, a recent addition to the Helen Green collection, is mounted within a bronze frame to her right. An antiqued brass column lamp by Nicky Haslam and a pair of HGD collection wall lights provide a warm glow that softens the space beautifully.
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Alexandra von Furstenberg acrylic desk accessories file Natalia’s recent invitations.
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The collection of pieces displayed on Natalia’s desk have been thoughtfully chosen and collected over time, from antique stone eggs used recently in a presentation to a personalized Smythson diary in pale grey leather.
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The Helen Green Design
Croquignole Stools, upholstered in a delicately woven Holland and Sherry fabric (which has also been used within Natalia’s own home) are in constant use by the design team for brainstorming sessions.
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One of Natalia’s signatures is Fortuny fabric which is used in each of her schemes, so naturally the Fortuny book takes pride of place on her desk.
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Adjacent to Natalia’s desk are floating shelves filled with sample textures and finishes.
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A pin board is filled with inspirational images in continual rotation, recently on display was a collection of photographs and finishes collected from Natalia’s trip to Paris for Design Week along with images of a recently completed apartment in Belgravia.
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The collection of pieces, objects, and art serve as a constant inspiration to Natalia and the design team, while the classic Helen Green Collection furniture reflects the founding design principles of the design studio.