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Bramleigh

Complete redecoration of a sitting room and updating a tired breakfast room and kitchen

The couple were looking to transform their existing sitting room with a new look that was much more modern but ‘quirky’. They loved vintage haberdashery chests and old shop fittings but didn’t know where to source items like this or how to use them in a living room setting. Through my contacts, I found some great pieces which I styled with very modern, black sofas and armchairs from The Conran shop.

Although the kitchen itself was 20 years old, it was in a classic Shaker style and in extreme good condition.

My brief was to update this space and the adjoining breakfast area. The existing look was very ‘Cath Kidston’ and country style.

I reupholstered the sofa in a striking fabric, bought new chairs to go with the existing breakfast table and added modern pendants. Introducing great vintage art and various pieces of vintage glassware, ceramics plus an abundance of plants, finished the room off perfectly.


Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst

Four storey Georgian town house

A complete redesign of the ground floor, including a new two-storey rear extension, plus total redecoration throughout.

I installed bespoke kitchen cabinets with sliding wooden panels to compliment the neutral tones of the kitchen and the poured concrete floor. I have brought the room to life with flashes of orange and a myriad of houseplants.

Upstairs, the flow is fairly monotone with dark, painted floorboards and clean white walls. I’ve added drama in the bathrooms with beautiful, ceramic floor tiles and installed quirky wire shelving as alternatives to bathroom cabinets.

Styling is key in bedrooms. Plants are ubiquitous throughout, mixed with unusual vintage finds such as cane planters and side tables and old dressmakers mannequins. The finished look is individual and unique.


Talfourd

Talfourd

Renovation of five storey Victorian townhouse

The brief was to transform a series of rooms including a sitting room, a child’s bedroom and to create a master bedroom suite including a dressing room area and master bathroom. I was also asked to ‘style’ an existing room that the couple had very beautifully decorated but were struggling to ‘finish off’


Bramleigh

Bramleigh

Complete redecoration of a sitting room and updating a tired breakfast room and kitchen

The couple were looking to transform their existing sitting room with a new look that was much more modern but ‘quirky’. They loved vintage haberdashery chests and old shop fittings but didn’t know where to source items like this or how to use them in a living room setting. Through my contacts, I found some great pieces which I styled with very modern, black sofas and armchairs from The Conran shop.

Although the kitchen itself was 20 years old, it was in a classic Shaker style and in extreme good condition.

My brief was to update this space and the adjoining breakfast area. The existing look was very ‘Cath Kidston’ and country style.

I reupholstered the sofa in a striking fabric, bought new chairs to go with the existing breakfast table and added modern pendants. Introducing great vintage art and various pieces of vintage glassware, ceramics plus an abundance of plants, finished the room off perfectly.