Looking to create a quiet space in your home? Take a leaf out of Victoria Hagan’s design book.

Her simple, tailored style is cool and sophisticated and I just swoon over her extensive portfolio, both residential and commercial. But, it is the quiet moments – the elegant vignettes she creates in a narrow forgotten space of wall or under a stairwell – that evoke a true sense of relaxation and peacefulness.

To achieve the look all you need is a sculptural seat and some complementary artwork.

Quiet Moments - Victoria Hagan

{Images: From Victoria Hagan Portfolio}

To recreate this look in your home, why not start with an upholstered seat from Victoria’s own furniture collection, available through exclusive showrooms around the USA. Most of the pieces have strong, clean lines and bold, simple shapes.


Victoria Hagan Home Collection

Top Row (Left to Right):

The Wainscott Wing Chair (VH1300); The Panther Dining Chair (VH1802); The Cate Slipper Chair (VH1302).

Bottom Row (left to Right):

The St. Simone Occasional Chair (VH1701); The Devon Small Bench (VH4701); The Tyler Chair (VH1702).


To me, finding and creating a place for quiet contemplation is one of the key’s to experiencing Liveable Design in your own home. Do you have a quiet moment in your house you would like to share? Please send your photos to me at Submissions. I would love to feature them in a later post.

Cheers! HMH

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