The entire house needed refurbishment, which included removing structural walls to enable more light to flow through the house. The house was transformed from a dated and dark space to a contemporary, clean and light one.
The palate was to be kept very neutral with greys and white throughout and a pop of colour in each room. Here we increased the light by keeping the majority of the room white and oiling the oak floor rather than using a stain. The sofas came from Sofa Workshop and are in a gorgeous tweed texture. The light-reflecting furniture is from Habitat and the pop of colour on the footstool is from Romo’s Linara range.
The brief for the kitchen was to provide as much storage as possible, whilst keeping the palate neutral and maximising the light. The kitchen is from Hacker and all the appliances from Neff or Siemens.
The bathroom was naturally very light, so continuing the grey and white theme we decided to use dark grey tiles throughout to add some drama. The range is from Saneux and all the brassware from Hansgrohe.