This house was completely renovated, creating a living room, kitchen, dining and working area that utilised all available space to it's best advantage. Two adults and two teenagers all use the space for both working and relaxing. The space had to, therefore, be flexible and space efficient.
The dining room was the work hub, so hosted space maximising features, including custom built radiator covers, cleverly utilising what might have otherwise been dead space.
The living room featured a wool and silk rug which subtly picked up the colours in the original fireplace surround and hearth, unifying the room.
The kitchen hosted keen cooks who wanted more space and more ergonomic designs. The work surfaces were elongated for ease of food preparation, and the u-shape means that everything is easily reached. The glass splashback echoed the colour of the feature radiator in the dining room, and the same flooring is run throughout for continuity. The vibrant curtains draw the eye to the garden, and the pendant lights over the table rise and fall for added flexibility.