David Churchill - Architectural Photographer


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Brighton, London

Business Description
David Churchill is an award winning architectural + interiors photographer based in London and Brighton and working internationally. He combines his deep passion for design with a flair for balance and light, to capture clean, simple and striking images, free from distractions. His work demonstrates a detailed understanding of the characteristics of the photographic image and the remit of the client.
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Brighton, Greater London UK 
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David Churchill 
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Address:
79 Addison Road
Brighton, Greater London BN3 1TS
United Kingdom 
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Colour: 10 Ways to Add Va-va-voom With Vibrant Red

Nothing screams fun and passion more than fiery red. Add any amount, from a shot to a swathe, and watch it wake up your scheme Full Story
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sunnie2day
Luciana is right, especially that we all have at least a bit of red in our homes. I have something red in every room - floor covering, coffee maker, guest towels, a cushion. Red brings a room to life if not over done.

Wow I love your kitchen, Luciana!
September 7, 2014 at 9:58AM     
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Luciana
Thank you, Sunnie!
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Colour: 10 Ways to Embrace Bold Blue

One minute soothing, the next invigorating… This classic colour has real depth, as these stylish schemes demonstrate Full Story
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Luciana
I love that white, blue and orange room - what a great mix!
September 2, 2014 at 5:58AM   
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claire Hamill
I'm just about to paint my bathroom dark blue to match the tiles already in there.I got some great advice from Houzz amigos in the US.Kind of getting used to the uk Houzz gang.I will be posting when it's done
September 2, 2014 at 9:47AM     
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Colour: 10 Ways to Decorate With Hot Pink

This shade is electrifying, so handle with care. Here’s how to use it in your home Full Story
     Comment   August 29, 2014
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Mila Interiors
That looks great! So lovely to have a SPLASH of colour like that! :D
August 30, 2014 at 2:00AM     
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stellahome
I loooove hot pink and wear it all the time so when it came to my bedroom it had to be pink! The wall came out a bit dark, there is too much black in the paint mix so will be repainting it with a brighter, hotter pink soon. The rest of the walls are a 'barely there' pink/white so the room stays pretty bright. Now I need new lamps!

As an Australian living in London I wanted a bright tropical duvet cover so when I saw this one I fell in love ... it makes me smile whenever I go into the the room! Bright greens really give the pink zing ans they are opposite on the colour wheel. I like bold bright colours, it helps counter the dull grey light over here.

I wouldn't put it in the kitchen, it's not really a 'food' colour ... I would say orange and red are better for the kitchen.

The only other room that has pink in it is my living room ... again, with contrasting colours to give it zing. I have a lime green linen chair, you can see on the far left which brightens the room. It's quite difficult to get that clear bright pink in the UK, they usually add black to the colour to mute it (as is the sofa) as I suspect it sells better here. So if/when I am home in Sydney or in the US I try and pick up what I can, either in fabrics, linens or clothes as the colours are much clearer and brighter. I'm still trying to decide on an appropriate colour for the walls, something subtle and light but that will complement the furnishings and my artwork. As an artist pink tends to pop up in my work too.
September 3, 2014 at 1:27AM   
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Bathroom Ideas: Beautiful Wet Rooms With a Spa Mood

Take that luxury spa hotel look and create a beautiful wet room in your own home Full Story
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Technology: 9 Ways to Conceal your Gadgets

We can't live without technology, but we can live without all the wires and widgets that go with it. Here's how Full Story
     Comment   August 19, 2014
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Lara Sargent
I agree technology always seems to inextricably linked to the modern, but every style of home needs/wants it today as these ideas show.
August 22, 2014 at 8:23AM   
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Russell Taylor Architects
We often help our Clients achieve an uncompromised and coherent traditional and classical design without renouncing the comforts of modern technology. Most of the historic buildings we work on were build before electricity and running water were in use!
In this family room, originally built in the XVII Century, we have introduced a projector - hidden in the automatic ceiling hatch - and a large screen and speakers - hidden in the down-standing beam above the fireplace .
See the Before&After shots.
August 22, 2014 at 9:47AM     
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