One Lypiatt, Cheltenham
One Lypiatt, Cheltenham
Completion Interior Design & Architecture
FLAT A : DRAWING ROOM. This beautiful building was once a tired care home but was given a new lease of life as a series of 13 luxury apartments. We were initially brought in to provide simple design consultation, but ended up advising on the design and fit-out of all the bathrooms and kitchens, specification of all floor surfaces, lighting design, colour scheme and creation of the show flat. Because of the scale of the building we had the luxury of including an interesting and colourful palette which has been very well received!
Edinburgh Apartment -Stockbridge
Edinburgh Apartment -Stockbridge
John Wilson Design
Restful grey toned bedroom with colourful wall mural. Douglas Gibb Photography
Traditional Living Room in Edinburgh
Traditional Living Room in Edinburgh
Carrie Cotton Design
A relaxed family living room in an Edinburgh home designed by Carrie Cotton. Leather sofa, wooden floors and a woodburning stove make this a comfortable family room for lounging photographer: Mairi Helena
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Nuhous
Kitchen and Dining Extension and Loft Conversion in Mayfield Avenue N12 North Finchley. ​Modern kitchen extension with dining area and additional Loft conversion overlooking the area. The extra space give a modern look with integrated LED lighting
Traditional design is all about sticking to the styles of pre-20th Century interiors. Period homes, such as Victorian houses, will already incorporate traditional interior architecture, such as chimney breasts, fireplaces, bay windows, cornices and mouldings, tiled flooring and dado rails. But traditional furniture that uses rich wood finishes, upholstered textiles, ornate details and classic colours can be added to create the understated elegance of traditional homes.

Traditional kitchens often have recessed panel or shaker-style kitchen cabinets with wooden or metal handles, traditional marble or granite worktops, and classic oven models, or perhaps even range cookers. Traditional bathrooms could have all white, or black and white, bathroom suites, tiled floors, pedestal sinks, and classic style taps and showerheads that would look at home in Victorian bathrooms. In traditional living rooms you might find chesterfield sofas, a Victorian fireplace with a mantlepiece, elegant vases, ornate picture frames, mirrors and classic colours. However, you don’t have to stick to all very formal and antique-style pieces, there are plenty of modern designs that use traditional form to create an understated and inviting look.
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