Connection between living & dining spaces.
A skinny Shaker style framed kitchen beautifully finished with stained oil and complemented with a bespoke wooden table from Spekva and Sensa Moack black work surfaces from Cosentino. The natural wood throughout gives a really warm aesthetic and the recessed handle and push to open functionality on the cabinet doors looks very sleek and sophisticated.
Mowlem & Co
If you love to entertain at home, why not consider a dedicated drinks area? Whether a full home bar, or a beverage fridge and glassware cupboard, having a special, bespoke zone for storing, making and serving drinks can make partying at home so much easier, more stylish ... and fun!
The original brickwork set against the white wall panelling in this bathroom creates a pleasing contrast between old and new.
This concept kitchen was designed with an interior design firm, Nune, we complete the open plan kitchen, lounge, understairs and laundry room. The cabinets feature a small rim around the edge as a bespoke feature.
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A modern interior, maximizing daylight through large glazing & sky lights. Natural materials and soft finishes ensure a stylish and homely feel in this property found on Charleville Circus.
We enjoyed designing this kitchen for our client in Kent. What makes it special is the statement splashback, made from exquisite Arabescato Rosso marble. Its red and earthy hues create a striking contrast against the blue-tone shaker cabinets, infusing the space with a sense of warmth and depth. This harmonious interplay of colors and textures brings together a captivating kitchen design that is both visually appealing and practical, and a true centerpiece of the house.
Martins Camisuli Architects
This terrace house had remained empty for over two years and was in need of a complete renovation. Our clients wanted a beautiful home with the best potential energy performance for a period property. The property was extended on ground floor to increase the kitchen and dining room area, maximize the overall building potential within the current Local Authority planning constraints. The attic space was extended under permitted development to create a master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom. The palette of materials is a warm combination of natural finishes, textures and beautiful colours that combine to create a tranquil and welcoming living environment.
John Lewis of Hungerford
Off white, in frame Shaker kitchen
Cathy van Abbe - Soft Furnishings
In the living room handmade, pinch pleat interlined curtains on a bespoke wrought iron curtain pole. Voile privacy, cafe panels fitted on discreet white poles.
New Space Architecture
There are so many things to consider when designing an extension for open-plan family living; how you enter the space, how you connect the room with the garden, how the different areas within the space interact and flow to name a few... This project allowed us to bring all of these aspects together in an harmonious fashion by tying in an elegant modern extension with a period traditional home. Key features include a parapet flat roof, internal crittall doors and full length glazing and sliding doors helping to bring the outside in. A simple yet elegant design, perfectly formed for modern family life.
Fitted with bespoke matte black metal ceiling hanging rail for open storage. Bespoke fitted joinery finished in burnt orange lacquered sprat finish. Retro re-upholstered stool Refurbished parquet floor.