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interior design branksome

Branksome House Project

Brief The 7-bedroomed house had been completely renovated with new wiring, flooring etc etc and had been painted in an off-white colour throughout. However, the property wasn’t achieving the desired look the clients wanted. As new furniture and soft furnishings had been purchased for some spaces we needed to work alongside these existing items to avoid additional costs. The couple wanted the house to come to life but had different style preferences, with one liking traditional and the other preferring clean lines and minimalism. The house is split over 3 levels and the design was to be implemented in stages […]

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Lounge Interior Design Christchurch Dorset

Mudeford Beach House

The Brief Working alongside a developer, the waterfront home required complete refurbishment. The cottage had been neglected and modernisation and re-styling for future habitation was essential. The design was to incorporate 4 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a first-floor open-plan living space. Inspiration & Design Not knowing the age or style preferences of any prospective buyer meant creating the design was a slight gamble. I chose to avoid a ‘typical’ beach theme, but still desired to inject texture, pattern and colours linked to the water. I wanted to respect the age and style of home within the location of […]

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Garden Lounge

New Forest Garden Lounge

Brief To refresh the lounge area of a New Forest Care Home within a specified budget and inject life and colour back into the space for the enjoyment of residents. The central zone of the lounge has to remain free from furniture for easy access of hoists and wheelchairs. INSPIRATION & DESIGN Due to the location of the room I wanted to link the space with the tree-line outside the window. Turquoise, lime and neutrals were used as base colours, with additional accent colours in small proportions. All existing furnishings and furniture lacked colour, warmth and pattern and this was […]

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