I have been extremely busy recently completing projects and starting new, including my own home so not much time left for blogging. But, today I thought I would share some of those projects with you.
Project 101; Bathroom
The start of my own home renovation. The bathroom was small with no storage so my client brief (yes, I completed a client brief) was a room with built in storage, relaxing and luxurious. I designed a built in unit behind the toilet as this was wasted space, this worked extremely well as it also concealed the toilet cistern. The room was completed with travertine tiles, under floor heating and a 2 way dimmer switch lighting system, which I love - complete control over the lighting and in turn the atmosphere of the room, there really is nothing nicer than relaxing in a bath at the end of a long day, glass of chilled white in hand!
The dark silk curtains and dark wood mirror add a hint of luxury and depth into the scheme, layering colour and texture.
Project 103; Living Room
A classic design with plenty of light. The gentleman who this was designed for wished to source his own wood furniture but all other furniture and materials were sourced by yours truly. I used a mixture of taupe and grey to keep the scheme light but also with a more masculine feel in mind, the stripes also echo my desire for a soft classic, masculine room. The views from the clients double doors out into the garden were beautiful so I replaced the blinds which obscured the view with silk curtains to frame the garden.
Project 106; Cellar
This project is still on going so I cannot show you any before/after photos but imagine a cold, dark and damp cellar............ Now being transformed into light, bright office, the builders work is complete and all that remains are the finishing touches. Mainly, a wall gallery fit for the photographer using this room. Here are a few sneak peek images and the colour scheme.
Other projects I am working on include my living room, a grand entrance and dining room for client 103! And I'll leave you with some of the mood boards I am now working on for these new projects.