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Interior Design

Our main focus of this house was ensuring that the design and colours flowed through-out to make the house feel complete. Our aim was to keep the look sleek and modern.

The colour palette is one of the most important design decisions when decorating a home. This defines the look and feel from paint colour to fabrics and finishes. Simply adding a pop of colour can change an interior space dramatically, so we focussed on this throughout the house.

In the kitchen, instead of a traditional flat surface we put in white VJ panels on the overhead cupboards with navy joinery below. We finished the cupboards off with leather handles to add another texture and element of detail.

The bathroom is situated off the kitchen, so we did not want it to be a focal point, therefore we used VJ panelling to disguise it behind the joinery.

We used the same design to flow into corners of the room making a built-in bench seat and broom cupboard with VJ panelling this ensured that the home was consistent through-out.

In the bedroom we decided it was important to use colour to give each room a sense of their own space and feel. In the master bedroom we aimed for a calm colour using a light sage green against a grey wool loop carpet.

We wanted to make the second bedroom a little more fun but still bright, so we used a ballet pink to achieve this.

Colour created the perfect facelift to create the sleek and modern look.