Photographer: Henry Woide - www.henrywoide.co.uk Architecture: 4SArchitecture
Space was at a premium in this 1930s bedroom refurbishment, so textured panelling was used to create a headboard no deeper than the skirting, while bespoke birch ply storage makes use of every last millimeter of space. The circular cut-out handles take up no depth while relating to the geometry of the lamps and mirror. Muted blues, & and plaster pink create a calming backdrop for the rich mustard carpet, brick zellige tiles and petrol velvet curtains.
Wise Owl Interiors
Project Battersea was all about creating a muted colour scheme but embracing bold accents to create tranquil Scandi design. The clients wanted to incorporate storage but still allow the apartment to feel bright and airy, we created a stunning bespoke TV unit for the clients for all of their book and another bespoke wardrobe in the guest bedroom. We created a space that was inviting and calming to be in.
Haines Phillips Architects
This project was for the creation of an additional floor at second floor level of an end-of-terrace corner property in Crouch End, north London. The new roof including a large dormer extension was built off-site, to provide an additional one-bedroom flat, but with the flexibility to act as an extension to the first floor flat until such time as the owners decide to separate the two flats in accordance with their family's needs. The new structure, external envelope, roof finishes and internal partitions and fixtures were built off-site using modular construction, to minimise the on-site disruption to the family, and was transported to site in four modules and fitted in place within a single day. The dormer extension is contemporary in style and takes full advantage of the westerly high-level views to the Highgate and Muswell Hill hills through glazed slots and sliding doors that provide access to a roof terrace with 360° views to the surrounding hills. The roof extension echoes the existing, older, first floor kitchen extension in its openness to the garden and views beyond and the lightness of its construction. The contemporary design contrasts but sits well with the Edwardian character of the original property. Our services included detailed design and specification of the extension and the fit-out of the interior and full project management and contract administration. Moduloft was the Contractor responsible for the final design and implementation of the pre-fabricated elements.
AR Homes by American Eagle Builders
Serene master bedroom nestled in the South Carolina mountains in the Cliffs Valley. Peaceful wall color Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray (SW6205) with a cedar clad ceiling.
Jours & Nuits
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Cathie Hong Interiors
This young married couple enlisted our help to update their recently purchased condo into a brighter, open space that reflected their taste. They traveled to Copenhagen at the onset of their trip, and that trip largely influenced the design direction of their home, from the herringbone floors to the Copenhagen-based kitchen cabinetry. We blended their love of European interiors with their Asian heritage and created a soft, minimalist, cozy interior with an emphasis on clean lines and muted palettes.
Dawn Smith Photography
Fede Casa, LLC
Girl's Room Pre-Teen Design. Ken Haden
Decorator's Choice Closets
Kate Lovejoy Interiors
Fiona Arnott Walker