Stylist Rory Robertson

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Rory Robertson commissioned CommonRoom to create a bespoke wallpaper design for a project he was working on in Edinburgh.

Dressing and Undressing (designed by artist Kate Hawkins), considers the idea of wallpaper as a room dressing while referencing the controversial love lives of the Bloomsbury group – who were said to live in squares and love in triangles. Inspired by the interiors of Charleston Farmhouse and the creative set that lived there this design at the same time ‘dresses’ and ‘undresses’ a room.

Rory Robertson (b.1988 Edinburgh, based in London) studied at Edinburgh University and The Rhode Island School of Design. In 2009 he graduated with a BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture and consequently worked as a commercial lighting designer before moving to London and embarking on a career in Interior Design and Styling. Rory has worked across various editorial homes titles such as House Beautiful magazine and Livingetc magazine. He is now a freelance interior designer and stylist with a portfolio of both commercial and private clients.

Proudly featured in World of Interiors, October 2017 Issue