With the average Brit spending 90% of their time indoors due to the current pandemic, the composition of our home has a much bigger impact on our lifestyle and wellbeing than initial thoughts suggest. On the intriguing path towards an aesthetically pleasing interior, there are many elements to consider – none more so than spatial…
Your entrance hallway is the space in your home that makes that all-important first impression when welcoming guests again after lockdown. We look at the variety of bold, visually exciting hallways we’ve designed in our recent projects, and share our top tips on how to create the warmest of welcomes.
With spring finally here, now is the perfect time to start planning a refreshing update or full refurbishment for your home. To provide some inspiration, we look at the top interior design trends for spring/summer 2020.
In the second of our series of behind-the-scenes blogs, we talk you through the design of the contemporary kitchen in our Belsize Park project. Formerly a reception room, we reconfigured the space as a kitchen to make the most of the high ceilings and grand proportions.
With ‘Classic Blue’ announced as Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2020, we look at why blue is such an effective colour to use in interiors, and explore some of the ways in which our design team has applied this versatile shade to some of our projects.
Decorating a powder room actually gives you the chance to unleash your creativity and really go for it with big, bold choices. In the case of the guest WC in our Carlton Hill project, our design scheme features texture, straight lines and contrasting finishes, creating a small room bursting with character, warmth and opulence.
The key to successful family entertaining is about getting the interior design absolutely spot on. If your entertaining space has been designed with care and expertise, hosting friends and family will be a breeze. It’s all about creating a beautiful, flexible, functional space which will really come alive for the party season.
Set within a large, stucco-fronted house in St John’s Wood, this bathroom features organic curves, luxurious materials and a soothing palette. The result? An elegant sanctuary in which our client can relax and recharge.