Martyn Lawrence-Bullard is one of the best multi-award-winning Los Angeles-based top interior designers renowned for his broad range of styles and eclectic, yet sophisticated and inviting interiors.
Martyn’s impressive mastery of a broad range of styles, paired with his unrivaled attention to detail and commitment to quality has earned him significant international acclaim. He has published two titles, Live, Love, & Decorate, and most recently, Design & Decoration, which gives us a glimpse into his glamorous world of eclectic and sophisticated interiors, in exquisite detail.
Take a look at some of the amazing projects that show the exquisite eclectic style of Martyn Lawrence-Bullard!
African Inspired Ranch
Comfort and style were key in turning what started out as a Spanish cabin-style grouping of assorted buildings into this eco-friendly estate.
Martyn used reclaimed French Oak for the floors, installed enormous metal-framed windows to flood in light, and mixed an eclectic collection of photography and artifacts to create this magical Malibu ranch.
Balinese Colonial Pavilion
This home holds a very special place in Martyn’s heart as the first real design job he has ever done.
Molded to be Balinese pavilion-esque in style this is a labor of love that has stood the test of time evolving, growing, and like a fine wine, it seems to get better with age.
Casa Punta Mita
Situated in Punta Mita, Mexico and playground to an extensive list of glitterati, this abode is perfect for everything from complete relaxation to sexy lounging.
Bullard oversaw this villa from the ground up, shopped the world for items worthy of its luxurious interiors, and is proud that he had a hand in creating this heavenly estate.
In the creation of this home for a laid back and loving family, it was vital to give them complete comfort and freedom within their style. The goal was to create the backdrop for a busy and budding family. And it culminated in a fresh, modern interpretation on classic Mediterranean décor.
And it culminated in a fresh, modern interpretation on classic Mediterranean décor.
Fantasy was the directive: an Indian fantasy to be exact. Martyn wanted a home fit for maharani or a Turkish princess. The first thing bought for this home was a nineteenth-century ivory painted tablet depicting an Indian deity.
This small artwork inspired his palette of textured creams, tea-stained browns, ivory, chocolate, ebony, gold, bronze, and touches of rich merlot. The home now contains items from India, Tibet, Turkey, Sri Lanka, China, Indonesia, Morocco and Syria.
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