Small Traditional Home Design Photos
There are surprises behind every door in this beautiful bootility. Rooms like this can be designed to house a range of storage solutions and bulky appliances that usually take up a considerable amount of space in the kitchen. Moving large appliances to a dedicated full-height cabinet allows you to hide them out of sight when not in use. Stacking them vertically also frees up valuable floor space and makes it easier for you to load washing.
This recently completed provenance by piqu kitchen design makes the most of the limited space available and whilst not the biggest project, everything has been included that you would need. Designed and handcrafted in our workshop in Orpington, the end result is very clean and uncluttered and we absolutely love the cool and calming colours from Farrow & Ball – Treron and School House White coupled with the brass fittings, lighting and Quorn stone floor chosen by our clients.
This lovely Victorian house in Battersea was tired and dated before we opened it up and reconfigured the layout. We added a full width extension with Crittal doors to create an open plan kitchen/diner/play area for the family, and added a handsome deVOL shaker kitchen.
Fun and playful utility, laundry room with WC, cloak room.
The Hive Interior Design Studio Ltd.
For this room, we wanted to spark the child’s sense of wonder with a Safari themed nursery. When tackling a room that is the most important room in the home (as expectant parents would argue), we wanted to ensure we found the right balance of ‘baby’ but not too much ‘baby’. For us, creating an environment that could grow with the child became extremely important and was key when choosing the decor + features. To start off, we needed to inject some life into what was the small spare bedroom. The overall vibe had an almost schoolhouse dorm-like feel and needed some love and attention. To do this, we painted the walls using Farrow & Ball’s Pavilion grey, which is a classic mid-grey with subtle blue undertones that added a contemporary touch and sense of spaciousness. Using gold metallic elephant decals instead of wallpaper, was an easy way for us to drive home the safari theme without having to commit to this theme for many years to come. We then paired this with a grey and white rug to soften up the hardwood floors and added bespoke watercolour animal prints above the bed as a focal point.
A New Day - Interior Design Studio
The living room at our Crouch End apartment project, creating a chic, cosy space to relax and entertain. A soft powder blue adorns the walls in a room that is flooded with natural light. Brass clad shelves bring a considered attention to detail, with contemporary fixtures contrasted with a traditional sofa shape.
We were tasked with the challenge of injecting colour and fun into what was originally a very dull and beige property. Choosing bright and colourful wallpapers, playful patterns and bold colours to match our wonderful clients’ taste and personalities, careful consideration was given to each and every independently-designed room.
Lomax & Chi
Bright and airy ensuite attic bathroom with bespoke joinery. Porcelain wall tiles and encaustic tiles on the floor.
Fi Boyle Garden Design
Upper rear terrace is framed by a low stone wall. Borders set into the paving soften the hard landscaping.
A stunning, 620 sqft first floor apartment within a Victorian townhouse conversion, full of collectables reflecting the clients' love for adventure. With a lack of outdoor space, the design brings the outdoors in with timber furniture pieces and greenery throughout. The open plan kitchen, dining and living area works very successfully, and without compromise, despite the compact nature of the room.
Born & Bred Studio
Ground floor WC in Family home, London, Dartmouth Park
Charlotte Heather Interiors Ltd
Our clients wanted a space where they could relax, play music and read. The room is compact and as professors, our clients enjoy to read. The challenge was to accommodate over 800 books, records and music. The space had not been touched since the 70’s with raw wood and bent shelves, the outcome of our renovation was a light, usable and comfortable space. Burnt oranges, blues, pinks and reds to bring is depth and warmth. Bespoke joinery was designed to accommodate new heating, security systems, tv and record players as well as all the books. Our clients are returning clients and are over the moon!
A small secondary guest loo was updated with wall panelling and a quirky and unexpected wallpaper from Cole & Son. This cloakroom always raises a smile.
Our client is a busy Company Director, keen tennis player and avid collector of original artwork and artefacts. Our brief was to help with the modernisation and redecoration of her beautiful period property with a particular requirement to create space to store and display her extensive collection and possessions. Full project - https://decorbuddi.com/holland-park-apartment-redecoration/
Small Traditional Home Design Photos