The disjointed room layouts were creating a huge barrier to our clients enjoying and using their home.
We worked closely with them to understand how they wanted to live in and use the space, and designed a scheme that would make a real difference to their quality of life.
Our solution involved working with different levels on the ground floor to connect the front and back of the house. In doing so, we were able to define individual spaces, while creating a greater sense of flow between them.
To counter the home’s deep floor plan, we ensured the area received natural and balanced light throughout the day by installing a large roof light to open up the space. Promoting contemporary clean lines, the open-plan space also benefits from floor-to-ceiling Crittal style glazing that connects the interior with the garden.
To complement the architectural details, we implemented a carefully curated interior scheme led and inspired by the clients’ taste. This incorporated tones of royal blue paired with a contrasting natural Scandinavian style colourway, including a muted oak herringbone floor and pale quartz worktop, to create both a functional and beautiful space.
The result is a wonderfully bright open plan area that creates a minimalist yet warm and comfortable atmosphere for family living.