Absolute Project Management
A beautiful transformation journey from an old-fashioned spiritless bathroom to a refreshing bathroom. The bathroom has become much healthier and hygienic after the necessary damp survey, strip out, and repair works. The old carpet in the space was stripped out and changed with rather refreshing soft green floor tiles. The outdated tiles on the walls have been changed throughout into soft green matt vertical wall tiles. The harmonious flow of the tiles has added an organic and contemporary touch, looking very refreshing. The reconfiguration and redesigning of the bathroom have ensured and maximised the use of the space. Efficient use has been ensured for our clients through the careful design process during the design phase. New white bathroom units are shining in the area, allowing a clean and smart look. The overflow of the floor tiles to the side of the bathtub looks refreshing. Chrome Samuel Heath tap-ware has added a beautiful touch to the space fitting beautifully with the white units. The alcove in the bathtub, the white tiles and the window have brightened the bathroom. Let's remember the importance of biophilic design and the beautiful touch of the plants bringing colour and refreshments. This project was completed by Absolute Project Management, interior design and project management for home renovations in the London and Brighton and Hove area. Click here to find out more about Absolute Project Management: https://absoluteprojectmanagement.com/. Discover more at https://absoluteprojectmanagement.com/portfolio/alex-leyton/
Christopher David Design
Designed by our passionate team of designers. The brief for re-imagining this beautifully hidden West London mews was to create a open, contemporary space for a young professional working in the city. Using the properties unique characteristics to create a minimalist contemporary style.
We are regenerating for a better future. And here is how. Kite Creative – Renewable, traceable, re-useable and beautiful kitchens We are designing and building contemporary kitchens that are environmentally and sustainably better for you and the planet. Helping to keep toxins low, improve air quality, and contribute towards reducing our carbon footprint. The heart of the house, the kitchen, really can look this good and still be sustainable, ethical and better for the planet. In our first commission with Greencore Construction and Ssassy Property, we’ve delivered an eco-kitchen for one of their Passive House properties, using over 75% sustainable materials
Born & Bred Studio
Cute Girls Baby bedroom in Victorian terrace flat.
Set within a classic 3 story townhouse in Clifton is this stunning ensuite bath and steam room. The brief called for understated luxury, a space to start the day right or relax after a long day. The space drops down from the master bedroom and had a large chimney breast giving challenges and opportunities to our designer. The result speaks for itself, a truly luxurious space with every need considered. His and hers sinks with a book-matched marble slab backdrop act as a dramatic feature revealed as you come down the steps. The steam room with wrap around bench has a built in sound system for the ultimate in relaxation while the freestanding egg bath, surrounded by atmospheric recess lighting, offers a warming embrace at the end of a long day.
Emma Wood Photos
Contemporary fresh and airy kitchen in new kitchen extension. Handle-less and stylish without any wall units. Contrasting dark blue kitchen Island with bar stools and pendant lights