Living Room with a Vaulted Ceiling Ideas and Designs
Cathy Dean Interior Design
This rural cottage in Northumberland was in need of a total overhaul, and thats exactly what it got! Ceilings removed, beams brought to life, stone exposed, log burner added, feature walls made, floors replaced, extensions built......you name it, we did it! What a result! This is a modern contemporary space with all the rustic charm you'd expect from a rural holiday let in the beautiful Northumberland countryside. Book In now here: https://www.bridgecottagenorthumberland.co.uk/?fbclid=IwAR1tpc6VorzrLsGJtAV8fEjlh58UcsMXMGVIy1WcwFUtT0MYNJLPnzTMq0w
Our designers were inspired by the location of the apartment. With the grounds and surrounding areas being so stunning, our aim was to marry the outside with the inside through colour, materials and forms. For communal areas, we chose a palette of neutral greys with pops of green and blue, which shifts the focus to the panoramic views, while creating subtle statements through accents and accessories that complement the leafy gardens. For bedroom areas, we focused on peace and tranquillity, only using soft fabrics in warm neutral tones, creating a haven to retire to in the evenings for the occupant.
ARCO2 Architecture Ltd
Photograph by Chris Hewitt Photography
Chaunceys Timber Flooring
This project features our client Kitesgrove’s favourite Chauncey’s product; Double Smoked & White Oil on both planks & herringbone. Our boards complement this character-filled landmark properties’ interior in Knightbridge, beautifully.
View of living room
Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors
Regent's Park Terrace is our luxurious renovation of a grand, Grade II listed Victorian house in Primrose Hill, North London. An all glass extension adds a dramatic and voluminous, double-height dining room. Colossal, two-storey pivot doors connect both entrance and lower levels to the garden. Great consideration for historically protected building informed a design that is open-plan and contemporary - but respectful of the historic character.
Richard Keep Architects
Windows on all walls give panoramic views of the surrounding conservation area and over to Hampstead Heath and Highgate Hill creating a very bright and airy living room. The angled fins pick out the best views while providing privacy from long views at street level. The top floor spaces are defined by the vaulted ceilings and central roof light