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Alexander James Interiors
A verdant garland gracefully dresses the mantlepiece in our Christmas family room design, the vivid greenery bringing a touch of winter wonderland indoors.
Joy Flanagan Design
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Keyhole Interiors Ltd
The apartments are part of a Grade II listed Georgian house in the heart of Clitheroe. The building has been used as offices for the best part of the past two decades and it needed a complete refurb to bring it into the 21st century and restoring the beautiful period features.
Paint the Town Green
A real home in Wandsworth who chose Trinity Interior Design to restyle their home. Paint the Town Green were taken on to undertake all the decorating using among others our eco paint, in particular Night Swimming, the dark blue on the walls.
Simon Bray Interiors
Open plan living room
The natural oak finish combined with the matte black handles create a fresh and contemporary finish on this bar. Antique mirror back panels adds a twist of timeless design to the piece as well. The natural oak is continued through out the house seamlessly linking each room and creating a natural flow. Modern wall paneling has also been used in the master and children’s bedroom to add extra depth to the design. Whilst back lite shelving in the master en-suite creates a more elegant and relaxing finish to the space. Interior design by Margie Rose.
Absolute Project Management
The bright living space with large Crittal patio doors, parquet floor and pink highlights make the room a warm and inviting one. Midcentury modern furniture is used, adding a personal touch, along with the nod to the clients love of music in the guitar and speaker. A large amount of greenery is dotted about to add life to the space, with the bright colours making the space cheery and welcoming. Photos by Helen Rayner
International Design Awards: Best Living Space in UK 2017 Homes & Gardens: Best residential design 2019
Unique Home Stays
Helen Bainbridge Interior Design
This lovely Regency building is in a magnificent setting with fabulous sea views. The Regents were influenced by Classical Greece as well as cultures from further afield including China, India and Egypt. Our brief was to preserve and cherish the original elements of the building, while making a feature of our client’s impressive art collection. Where items are fixed (such as the kitchen and bathrooms) we used traditional styles that are sympathetic to the Regency era. Where items are freestanding or easy to move, then we used contemporary furniture & fittings that complemented the artwork. The colours from the artwork inspired us to create a flow from one room to the next and each room was carefully considered for its’ use and it’s aspect. We commissioned some incredibly talented artisans to create bespoke mosaics, furniture and ceramic features which all made an amazing contribution to the building’s narrative. Brett Charles Photography