Photographer: Henry Woide - www.henrywoide.co.uk Architecture: 4SArchitecture
Grillo Outdoor Kitchens
Samuel Moore, owner of Consilium Hortus, is renowned for creating beautiful, bespoke outdoor spaces which are designed specifically to meet his client’s tastes. Taking inspiration from landscapes, architecture, art, design and nature, Samuel meets briefs and creates stunning projects in gardens and spaces of all sizes. This recent project in Colchester, Essex, had a brief to create a fully equipped outdoor entertaining area. With a desire for an extension of their home, Samuel has created a space that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons. A louvered pergola covers the full length of the back of the house. Despite being a permanent structural cover, the roof, which can turn 160 degrees, enables the sun to be chased as it moves throughout the day. Heaters and lights have been incorporated for those colder months, so those chillier days and evenings can still be spent outdoors. The slatted feature wall, not only matches the extended outdoor table but also provides a backdrop for the Outdoor Kitchen drawing out its Iroko Hardwood details. For a couple who love to entertain, it was obvious that a trio of cooking appliances needed to be incorporated into the outdoor kitchen design. Featuring our Gusto, the Bull BBQ and the Deli Vita Pizza Oven, the pair and their guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to alfresco dining. The addition of our single outdoor fridge also ensures that glasses are never empty, whatever the tipple.
XAMI Architecture & Design
The Interior & Architectural designers carried out a comprehensive renovation and extension of the Queen Anne style terraced house, in the Calabria conservation area, Highbury. North London, adding a rear ground floor extension. By introducing the rear extension the designers enhanced the dining and kitchen area which previously was undersized for the size of property.
A grade II listed Georgian property in Pembrokeshire with a contemporary and colourful interior.
Emilie Fournet Interiors
The guest bedroom offers additional storage with some hacked IKEA PAX wardrobes covered in terrazzo wallpaper.
Emil Eve Architects
A sensitive remodelling of a Victorian warehouse apartment in Clerkenwell. The design juxtaposes historic texture with contemporary interventions to create a rich and layered dwelling. Our clients' brief was to reimagine the apartment as a warm, inviting home while retaining the industrial character of the building. We responded by creating a series of contemporary interventions that are distinct from the existing building fabric. Each intervention contains a new domestic room: library, dressing room, bathroom, ensuite and pantry. These spaces are conceived as independent elements, lined with bespoke timber joinery and ceramic tiling to create a distinctive atmosphere and identity to each.
Matthews Rea Interiors
Open plan living room was zoned using a textured pattern rug and a large L-shaped sectional sofa. Concealed storage ensures the room stays uncluttered, with cushions in various soft colours and textures adding comfort and interest
Nicky Percival Limited
Clean lined modern bathroom with slipper bath and pops of pink
Chaunceys Timber Flooring
Pale pink kitchen in Sussex Barn Conversion with engineered wood flooring from Chaunceys Timber Flooring
Green wall and all plantings designed and installed by Bright Green (brightgreen.co.uk) | Decking by Luxe Projects London | Nillo Grey/Taupe Outdoor rug from Benuta | Copa garden lounge furniture set & Sacha burnt orange garden stool, both from Made.com | 'Regent' raw copper wall lights & Fulbrook rectangular mirror from gardentrading.co.uk
Natural materials in interior design are here to stay for 2023, but mix and match them with industrial finishes for a look that's reminiscent of a renovated warehouse apartment. Panelled cabinets in natural oak offer a soft foundation for which to dial-up your hardware details. Industrial textures — knurled swirling and grooving — add moments of visual intrigue and ruggedness, to offer balance to your kitchen scheme. You heard it here first, but Stainless Steel is having a resurgence in popularity. A cooler-toned alternative to brass hardware, steel is also corrosion-resistant and recycling-friendly. Win win? Style our SWIRLED SEARLE T-Bar Handles and SWIFT Knobs in Stainless Steel against neutral cabinets, adding tactile touch points that will elevate your functional kitchen space.
Modern steam shower room