What we did

  • Interior Design
  • Interior Styling
  • FF&E Specification
  • FF&E Procurement

October 2015


From Courchevel to Klosters, Megeve to Gstadd, Chalet Chic Interior Design is more popular than ever.

Welcoming, contemporary and timeless, our cosy Chalet Chic showhome concept takes a look at the influences of the traditional Alpine Lodge and turns it upside down to create something which is as unique and stylish as it is charming and inviting.

Weathered timbers in silvered tones line the walls in this chalet and the warmer tones of natural timbers cover the floor. The outcome is a fresh yet cosy backdrop to our Chalet Chic Interior with its Alpine and Nordic influences.

Furniture pieces have been carefully selected to create a timeless elegance which encompasses the relaxed informality of the Chalet Chic Interior. Weathered and aged timbers are mixed with metal and leather detailing to fantastic effect. Linen, cashmere, fur, and velvet in neutral tones bring warmth and understated sense of luxury to the interiors. Whilst silver and white tones reference a wintery context, the chosen palette of grey and soft neutrals bring a feeling of warmth and welcome.

Accessories have been procured from a variety of UK and European suppliers. The layering of fur and cashmere create a cosy appeal and soft gold, glass, and timber accents in the detail of the tealights, lanterns, tableware, and glassware add both sparkle and warmth, perfect for relaxed nights in or for festive parties.

The relaxed elegance of this Chalet Chic Interior concept is both homely and stylish. The timeless nature of the design has a broad appeal and whilst the traditional chalet concept is referenced it is reinterpreted to great effect. Whether for festive breaks or winter living this Chalet Chic Interior concept ticks all the boxes, and careful selection of accessories mean it can be easily updated to suit the seasons, replacing fur and festive decorations with lighter fabrics and textures.

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