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Drew Forsyth & co
A stunning light, bright modern classic! Clean lines. soft finishes with the natural light beaming down! All build in appliances and glass doors showcasing the bar.
If you’re cooking up a storm for the family or entertaining friends with afternoon tea, a kitchen island doesn’t have to be conventional. Surprising design features are a hallmark of every Tom Howley design. Sweeping breakfast bars, curved islands and clever lighting arrangements create an environment that exceeds your expectations. The cabinetry is finished in Tom Howley’s exclusive paint colour, Chicory, creating a contemporary yet timeless look for the kitchen. The muted grey finish is contrasted with a dark oak veneer on the interior, for an unpredictable twist that makes a bold statement.
The Cave Cooperative Ltd
Philip Raymond Photography
Philip Raymond Photography
Design by: Pia Pelkonen Photography by: Anna Yanovski
Contemporary open and airy living space with beautiful sash windows and plantation shutters. Enhanced further with an engineered oak wooden floor, allowing for underfloor heating. Abstract art and luxurious geometric fabrics cemented the modern look required, whilst being sympathetic to the original features of the home. Chris Snook Photography
Anna Stathaki | Photography
smb interior design
Bathroom design for private residence in Branksome Park, Poole, Dorset by SMB Interior Design, Wall colour Farrow & Ball Cornforth White and panelling/ceiling/woodwork in Farrow & Ball Wimborne White
Stone Federation Great Britain
Private Residence - Regent's Park, London Commended in the Interiors category at the Natural Stone Awards 2018. Client: Private Owner Main Contractor: Concept Bespoke Interiors Prinicipal Stone Contractor & Stone Supplier: New Image Stone Stones Used: Alba Perla, Perla Argento and Bianco Raffaelo
Porcellana Tile Studio
In the downstairs WC a soft blue/grey botanical patterned tile 20x20cm perfectly complements the exotic wallpaper.
Culshaw Kitchen Makers
This recently installed boot room in Oval Room Blue by Culshaw, graces this compact entrance hall to a charming country farmhouse. A storage solution like this provides plenty of space for all the outdoor apparel an active family needs. The bootroom, which is in 2 L-shaped halves, comprises of 11 polished chrome hooks for hanging, 2 settles - one of which has a hinged lid for boots etc, 1 set of full height pigeon holes for shoes and boots and a smaller set for handbags. Further storage includes a cupboard with 2 shelves, 6 solid oak drawers and shelving for wicker baskets as well as more shoe storage beneath the second settle. The modules used to create this configuration are: Settle 03, Settle 04, 2x Settle back into corner, Partner Cab DBL 01, Pigeon 02 and 2x INT SIT ON CORNER CAB 03. Photo: Ian Hampson (iCADworx.co.uk)
Matt Clayton Photography
Claire Garner Interiors
Lynne Marcus Garden & Landscape Design
Jacek Wac & Matthew Gilbert