An extension and refurbishment of a typical 1960's house which had dark, small rooms and needed a complete update.
Significant structural alterations and a side extension allowed a more open plan layout with large garden facing doors and windows for more light, breaking down the boundary between inside and out.
The minimalist kitchen was designed with clean lines, using white to make the space feel larger and brighter.
Using high quality, durable fixtures and furnishings the spaces were styled to surpass the clients expectations, making a mundane house into something extraordinary for a modern working family.
An in progress shot of the open plan dining/ kitchen area showing an effective use of space. Bespoke radiators were considered as features throughout the spaces. High quality finishes provide a durable, long lasting interior for a modern busy family.
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Creating open plan living with views to the garden
Visual connectivity through the open plan spaces
Strong visual connection to the outside garden, allowing as much daylight in as possible
Useful storage that also divides the living room from the dining area
Keeping the interior minimal and light punctuated with strong feature colours