The client had already visited lots of showrooms and had some ideas of what she wanted, but wasn’t sure which plans made the best use of the space.
I spent some time talking through the ideas and helping the client get clear about how the family would actually use the kitchen and what they wanted to achieve.I helped select the best design and suggested a few changes to add some flexibility, for example, the Island is on castors so it can be slide out of the way to make room for a much larger table for entertaining.
The result is a very harmonious kitchen design, with one part being hall/entrance with a desk, the rest for kitchen use. Light finishes for the biggest surfaces boost the feeling of space with dark worktops to tone with other features of the room. The pretty tiles complete the look in this country home.
This is a small bathroom with no windows or direct natural light. To make it feel as spacious as possible, various techniques were used. Access was moved to the middle of the wall via a sliding door. The walls are covered with mirror and large, white, gloss tiles to...
The inspiration for this tiny shower room was the pretty town of Roussillon in France. This picturesque village is at the heart of the source of the ochre pigment. The buildings are painted using the beautiful reds and yellows. The wall covering is Tadelakt, a...