A classic west London stucco white rendered Victorian house, we have worked on the lower ground and upper ground floors. This has been an interior and furniture project with a number of bespoke pieces of furniture.
On arrival in a neat entrance hall is a timber cloud sculpture by Naomi Mcintosh running across the walls. The principle walls in the drawing room and TV snug are clad in oak panels and either side of the chimney breasts are marble by Salvatori. Two new off white textured rugs help to define each space and provide a control to these rooms. The result is a calm and spacious and restrained atmosphere as a perfect refuge from a busy life. Dark walnut furniture set against light oak floor and panelling, with contemporary artwork.
Downstairs the open plan kitchen and dining area present the same colour scheme and material palate throughout. Vertical oak slat boarding are used in the dining area, encompassing storage cupboards behind to utilise the space. The bay window was turned into a window seat using a neutral pallet situated around wooden walls to create a calm space to enjoy a morning coffee. The kitchen has been stripped back to essential storage and the walls have been clad in marble to accentuate the minimal architecture features and natural materials. This curated space facilitates a warm, relaxed and creative atmosphere, working with some of the clients existing furniture and showcasing both old and new artwork and sculptures. This project blends texture and colour within a minimalistic design.
‘The best projects are a result of the client and designers working well together, and this project was a pleasure.'
Photography by Tom St Aubyn