Q Design House
A boot room with a bespoke unit to maximise storage space and fit the coastal aesthetic.
Willow & Bert Interiors
This bespoke dual desk utilises storage possibilities, whilst also being a stylish focal point to the space. The shelves perfectly frame the desk and enable my clients to add useful and personal items. These are highlighted by soft accent lighting. The task lights enable my clients children to complete homework in comfort, whilst artwork adds another layer of interest.
C Ferri Interiors
Mid-grey Microcement worktop
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This kitchen was initially a U shape separate room off the corridor. It was dark and isolated from the rest of the apartment. We decided to knock down the walls separating it from the living area and design this small but stunning and practical kitchen.
Interior design of nine apartments over two buildings in central London for international serviced apartment brand Kula. The properties consist of a mix of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments, two of which are two-story penthouses, all with varying floorplans. Creating a sense of cool comfort and understated contemporary luxury was a key part of the concept and design. Sourcing and curating the art prints from independent artists and galleries was particularly important throughout this project, the eclectic mix of limited edition and hand finished pieces differ per apartment, giving a sense of individuality to each one whilst still maintaining the overall aesthetic.
Where work, rest and play fit seamlessly together When we met Roberto, a detail-oriented graphic designer, there was an immediate synergy. He came to us having designed the layout for a multi-functional bedroom storage unit, blending wardrobes with a work-from-home desk and a place to house his bicycle. It was our job to turn his triptych of ideas into reality, shifting elements around to create a seamless and functional piece of furniture that slotted perfectly into the corner of his room. As well as the storage system, Roberto was looking for a built-in bedside table unit to surround his existing bed. We matched the headboard height and used hidden LED lights to illuminate the space. His love for simplicity and clean lines meant we created a piano-hinged hatch to hide Roberto’s plug sockets and cables, aligned with precision to the lightswitch and bedside table top. Truly, we left no corner untouched here.
Born & Bred Studio
Cute twin girls room, London, Harrow on the Hill