Ahead of the BIG REVEAL, we’ve had a chat with our Interior Designer and her inspirations to bring something NEW & SEXY to our brand new Seduction Suite...
Read below to hear all about Lake District Interior Designer & Artist, Rita Millat.
Interior Designer & Artist
“HELLO! My name is Rita Millat, and I am a Lake District-based Designer and Artist, Graduated from the Lebanese University of Art and Architecture in 2005 in Beirut, where I studied Interior Design!
To design is to create a space that inspires others and taps into their emotions. I create artwork based on female journeys where we tap into our untold stories and create masterpieces with them.
When I was initially given the name of the suite, now revealed as The SEDUCTION suite, the first thought that came to my mind was Adam and Eve, and it all started from there. I pictured a dark erotic environment, where the couple will have to go through a journey of discovery, using their senses, and that’s where the darker colour scheme came from!
In the bedroom area, you’ll see I’ve chosen a gold textured wallpaper as the main feature, alongside an oversize headboard where I’ve used two different colours, wine and chocolate… 2 things which go hand in hand during an evening of seduction.
I’ve used mainly black tiles to bring mystery into the bathroom, with touches of white and gold. After all, we all like to feel sexy and if I can describe it in one word, it would be SEXY!
Women will love it! It’s the only suite at the Cranleigh Boutique that has a dressing room.
I wanted women to feel special by having their own space where they can get ready and enjoy putting on their makeup. So I used not one, but three mirrors! I wanted the dressing room to have no doors so if your partner wanted a sneak peek, they could…
Design is about a feeling/emotion and of course, it varies for each individual. I normally begin with colour palettes and fabrics as that’s what will bring a certain feeling to you. Other times the main feature could be the design of the furniture, so then you will need a simple colour palette it really depends on what you want to achieve.”