Ealing House
Ealing House
DUST Architecture
Contemporary dining area in rear extension with large area of glass that draws the outside space in. The new contemporary extension is set juxtaposition to the traditional features of the existing house. A feature wall of concrete plaster reflects the concrete effect large format tiles on the floor. The kitchen units are bespoke spray lacquered with an exposed ply edge.
Fulham Lion House
Fulham Lion House
Into interior design
Blue accent wall, Little Greene paint. Roman blinds by Ma Maison Soft Furnishing Design. Photo Chris Snook
Anna Auzins Interiors
Anna Auzins Interiors
The Decorcafe
Anna Auzins is a Wimbledon based interior designer working across South West London, the home counties and beyond. She creates beautiful, considered interiors in collaboration with her clients and has an extensive network of trusted suppliers and reliable tradesmen. Anna is a strong believer in the life-enhancing qualities of a well-designed living space. With her expert eye, she creates interiors that reflect the personalities of her clients but also work aesthetically and practically. Placing great emphasis on the client relationship, she invests time understanding their needs and desires, and gets a thrill out of interpreting and realising their ideas. Comfort and colour are key elements in Anna’s designs – just take a look at her portfolio. She loves books and has a penchant for creating stylish but functional home studies and work spaces as well as fabulous libraries and garden studios. Bespoke joinery and furniture sourcing is a big part of her offering. Bathrooms too are a passion and Anna has a way of injecting interest and character into a room which might seem to offer limited design possibilities.
Vintage in the countryside
Vintage in the countryside
Ola Jachymiak Studio
This holistic project involved the design of a completely new space layout, as well as searching for perfect materials, furniture, decorations and tableware to match the already existing elements of the house. The key challenge concerning this project was to improve the layout, which was not functional and proportional. Balance on the interior between contemporary and retro was the key to achieve the effect of a coherent and welcoming space. Passionate about vintage, the client possessed a vast selection of old trinkets and furniture. The main focus of the project was how to include the sideboard,(from the 1850’s) which belonged to the client’s grandmother, and how to place harmoniously within the aerial space. To create this harmony, the tones represented on the sideboard’s vitrine were used as the colour mood for the house. The sideboard was placed in the central part of the space in order to be visible from the hall, kitchen, dining room and living room. The kitchen fittings are aligned with the worktop and top part of the chest of drawers. Green-grey glazing colour is a common element of all of the living spaces. In the the living room, the stage feeling is given by it’s main actor, the grand piano and the cabinets of curiosities, which were rearranged around it to create that effect. A neutral background consisting of the combination of soft walls and minimalist furniture in order to exhibit retro elements of the interior. Long live the vintage!
The Long Acre Kitchen
The Long Acre Kitchen
Naked Kitchens
Inspired by the original Ladbroke kitchen, the Long Acre kitchen is a beautiful chic take on the contemporary design. The incredible mid-azure green cabinetry combines beautifully with walnut timber to create a chic, sophisticated room Balancing the bold green with a simple light wash of pink on the walls ensures the rich, intense green can take centre stage in the room. The open walnut shelving within the island is the perfect place to show off larger pottery or glassware, as well as your favourite cookery books. Complete with a seating area, this island is the perfect area for entertaining friends and family. With a wonderful backdrop of brass, the light is reflected around the space, enhancing every detail, even down to the matching brass handles and antique brass taps. This open yet comforting canvas will never go out of fashion, with rich colours and warming walnut timber. The walnut super stave worktop adds a warmth and depth to the kitchen and contributes a beautiful earthy quality to the design. The natural hues of the kitchen and contrasting materials create an incredibly welcoming environment. Photography by Tim Doyle.
Ireland
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