This pint sized space needed to work harder off the clients' kitchen. We washed walls and ceiling in Farrow & Ball's Green Smoke, added a wrap around shelf to improve functionality and tiled it in with some lovely,wobbly zellige tiles.
Showcasing our clients' art collection was key to this project. The palette was made up of soft whites, green from plants and the warmth of original Ercol pieces. We underpinned the whole thing with the restoration of the original herringbone floor.
Creating a warm, lived in atmosphere was the order of the day with this bathroom and we loved the end result.
Reclaimed pieces helped ground the space and make it feel settled alongside the rest of the house.
A wash of a dusky pink by Edward Bulmer Paint set the tone for this bedroom. We upcycled the client's existing wardrobe with a bespoke mix of chalk paint before adding a gust of hand painted flowers. A hot air balloon was a must for the little occupant of this room and sourcing an antique french sleigh bed helped bring it all together.