Combining a period palette with inspiration from her travels @roseontherow has created an elegant, eclectic look that can evolve over time.
Although Rosie, lives in a period property she doesn't let herself get pigeon-holed into one particular style.
"I like to mix things up when deciding how I want to create or change a space and I really just go with what I like, which can usually become quite an eclectic mix!"
This is particularly prevalent through the odd pieces found throughout her home.
"My ideas also grow from what I see around me - the places I visit, both in the UK and abroad.
Hotels, restaurants, coffee shops etcetera...there's so much inspiration almost everywhere you look".
When it came to choosing a floor Rosie knew that she wanted a herringbone floor.
The only issue was deciding what colour to go for.
"We wanted something low maintenance, so we opted for a lacquered floor rather than one that needs to be oiled regularly"
This style of engineered wood herringbone floor also suits the character of Rosie's period property wonderfully.
By removing the skirting boards before fitting the floor, it allowed the expansion gap to be covered when they are reattached. This also removed the need for any beading, creating a cleaner look.