Tel: +44 (0) 203 371 1779
Email: Get in Touch
“ Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful ” – William Morris.
Decluttering is often one of the most popular resolutions that people make at the start of a new year or the beginning of a new season, and as we approach spring it’s a better time than any to commit some time to harmonising your home. Not only will it put your home in order, thoroughly organising your interior design will make you feel re-energised and ready to take on whatever 2021 has in store.
Eliminating the endless list of things you need to sort out at home will positively impact upon your wellbeing. Connected health benefits can include:
Whether it’s a bedroom, bathroom or family entertaining space, transform your home into an organised haven of calm with some of these highly functional yet elegant storage solutions from our ‘Clever storage’ Pinterest board.
Floor-to-ceiling shelving or joinery is an obvious choice for smart storage however using accent lighting to illuminate rows of books, albums or personal objects in the alcoves can add warmth and character to the room.
Take a closer look at our Eaton Mews North residential project here.
Plenty of cupboard storage is ideal for storing board games, games consoles, magazines and other personal items.
Explore our Antrim Grove residential project here.
Add a fun element to the design of your child’s bedroom by using geometric shelving or use a combination of open and closed pigeon-hole storage boxes, which can be painted in pastel shades or bright colours.
Gain more inspiration by delving into our Broad Walk residential project here.
For the dressing area of our Richmond residential project, we took advantage of the exceptional height of the room to obtain maximum storage and fitted the joinery into the apex of the ceiling.
Consider smart design that also maximises every inch of space. The desk in our Richmond residential project can be discreetly hidden from view by a timber sliding pocket door, so there’s no need to keep the work surface clutter-free at all times.
See our full Richmond residential project here.
For our Fitzrovia pied-à-terre project, we designed a bespoke ottoman to incorporate extra poufs, which can be brought out as required, allowing the open-plan living area to be kept organised and free of clutter during and after entertaining.
Browse through our Eastcastle Street residential project for more inspiration.
We hope you’ve gained some valuable insight to begin your own smart storage renovation project. Contact us today to discuss the vision of your desired home.
Bathroom storage ideas – clever ways to make the most of your space
Spatial perception and scale – How your home can impact your wellness
As part of our occasional series of behind-the-scenes blogs, Creative Director Roselind Wilson talks us through the innovative redesign of Coppice Walk – a five-bedroom 1930s property in North London. The main focus of this dramatic redesign was to achieve a flexible, entertaining space that would work equally well for formal or informal gatherings. The...
Top interior design trends for autumn/winter 2022 As we step into autumn and the desire to be cocooned within comforting, cosy spaces grows and naturally our attention turns to our home interiors and ways we can dial up the luxury and ambience before winter descends. As a luxury interior design studio keeping an eye on...