This project was to renovate and refresh a traditional Surrey home comprising of two cottages joined together years ago. Since then, the home had been extended to create extra space but the interiors remained old-fashioned and dark with low ceilings. Our brief was to create a more contemporary feel, adding light and a greater sense of space to the house, whilst preserving the old English cottage character of the property. The Soho House style was a strong reference point for this renovation – using one modern colour scheme per room, retaining the original period features and contrasting contemporary furniture with traditional details such as antique mirrors and wall panelling.
This spacious Victorian house in South London underwent a total furniture refit and redecoration. Our clients were looking to update their home with a more grown-up look, in line with their own tastes. Rich colour schemes coupled with sumptuous materials, bold artwork and ornate decoration were key features of this project, exuding luxury and highlighting the grand period features of this traditional townhouse. The bathroom was updated with a more contemporary theme but continued in the sophisticated style present in the rest of the home.
St. Johns Wood
Our design project in St John’s Wood involved the complete refurbishment of an apartment, including renovation of the bedroom and bathroom areas. This modern apartment gave us freedom to go bold with our use of colour, furnishings and materials. A mid-century modern approach with minimal Scandinavian-style furniture and just a dash of Brazilian influence was adopted to create modern and striking interiors that are eclectic and interesting without being cluttered.
This project involved the total refurbishment of a large extension, complete with new kitchen added to the rear of this Victorian property in Bermondsey. The owners were looking for a contemporary addition to their home and an open, social space that they could enjoy all year round. The result was this light and welcoming extension incorporating a modern and spacious kitchen with large island and dining area leading straight into the garden through large glass bi-fold doors.
Villebrequin White City
This commercial project was carried out in partnership with the French company, IMLC Interiors, who specialise in retail design. IMLC needed their fresh concept designs to be applied to their new Villebrequin store in White City. Our role in this job was as project managers, making sure that all of the new brand and design guidelines were adhered to. We also needed to ensure that all necessary permissions and requirements of the shopping centre were met, whilst keeping a strict eye on budget and timeframes – a crucial consideration of all commercial projects.
East Dulwich was another extension project. The brief was to add a contemporary, bright and inviting social space to this Victorian apartment. With an open plan kitchen, dining area, fireside lounge seating and a folding glass wall that lead out into the garden, we created an ultra-modern space characterised by its clean lines. The cool, fresh colour scheme and uncomplicated furnishings used in this design project maximised the already abundant natural light available.
This project involved the extension of a 1960s property. The ground floor was extended and opened out to provide an open-plan kitchen, dining and entertainment area all in one large and spacious room. This sleek, minimalist kitchen also incorporated an island with breakfast bar seating separate from the formal dining area. Glass doors to the rear of the extension provided plenty of light and opened fully to extend the open-plan theme out into the garden. As part of this project, a loft extension added another bedroom to the house along with a master ensuite in a similarly contemporary style.