Jacobean Grade II Listed House
Jacobean Grade II Listed House
The Gilded Cabinet
This is an example of a medium sized farmhouse master bedroom in Hampshire with white walls, dark hardwood flooring and grey floors.
Property Staging - Woughton on the Green
Property Staging - Woughton on the Green
Lesley Ann Interiors
Photo of a contemporary u-shaped kitchen in Buckinghamshire with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, an island, white floors and purple worktops.
Otterly Farmhouse
Otterly Farmhouse
StuartBarr Construction Design Renovation
Lucy Walters Photography
Design ideas for a medium sized rustic l-shaped kitchen in Oxfordshire with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, black splashback, metro tiled splashback, dark hardwood flooring, an island and brown floors.
Tom Raffield Kitchen
Tom Raffield Kitchen
Kettle Co. Kitchens
Oak Veneer kitchen with hide n slide doors with leather handles and polished concrete floor and worktop. Photographer Mandy Donneky
Inspiration for a contemporary galley kitchen in Cornwall with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, concrete worktops, concrete flooring, an island, grey floors and grey worktops.
Forge
Forge
Neil Davis
neil davis
Design ideas for a medium sized rural grey and cream u-shaped open plan kitchen in Other with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, wood worktops, beige floors, brown worktops, integrated appliances, medium hardwood flooring and no island.
SELO Enigma Sliding Pocket Door
SELO Enigma Sliding Pocket Door
SELO
Selo
Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary formal enclosed living room in Other with white walls, dark hardwood flooring, a wall mounted tv and brown floors.
Island Cottage
Island Cottage
Paul Cashin Architects
Photography by Richard Chivers https://www.rchivers.co.uk/ Island Cottage is an existing dwelling constructed in 1830, in a conservation area at the southern limit of Sidlesham Quay village, West Sussex. The property was highlighted by the local authority as a key example of rural vernacular character for homes in the area, but is also sited in a major flood risk area. Such a precarious context therefore demanded a considered approach, however the original building had been extended over many years mostly with insensitive and cumbersome extensions and additions. Our clients purchased Island Cottage in 2015. They had a strong sense of belonging to the area, as both had childhood memories of visiting Pagham Harbour and were greatly drawn to live on the South Coast after many years working and living in London. We were keen to help them discover and create a home in which to dwell for many years to come. Our brief was to restore the cottage and reconcile it’s history of unsuitable extensions to the landscape of the nature reserve of Sidlesham and the bay of Pagham beyond. The original house could not be experienced amongst the labyrinthine rooms and corridors and it’s identity was lost to recent additions and refurbishments. Our first move was to establish the lines of the original cottage and draw a single route through the house. This is experienced as a simple door from the library at the formal end of the house, leading from north to south straight towards the rear garden on both floors. By reinstating the library and guest bedroom/bathroom spaces above we were able to distinguish the original cottage from the later additions. We were then challenged by the new owners to provide a calm and protective series of spaces that make links to the landscape of the coast. Internally the cottage takes the natural materials of the surrounding coastline, such as flint and timber, and uses these to dress walls and floors. Our proposals included making sense of the downstairs spaces by allowing a flowing movement between the rooms. Views through and across the house are opened up so to help navigate the maze like spaces. Each room is open on many sides whilst limiting the number of corridor spaces, and the use of split levels help to mark one space to the next. The first floor hosts three bedrooms, each of unique style and outlook. The main living space features a corner window, referencing an open book set into the wall at the height of a desk. Log burners, sliding doors, and uncovered historic materials are part of the main reception rooms. The roof is accessible with a steep stair and allows for informal gathering on a grass terrace which gains views far beyond the immediate gardens and neighbouring nature reserve. The external facades have been uplifted with larch cladding, new timber windows, and a series of timber loggias set into the gardens. Our landscaping strategy alleviates flood risk by providing a bung to the garden edge, whilst encouraging native species planting to take over the new timber structure that is directly connected to the house. This approach will help to plant the house in its surroundings, which is vital given the local connection to the Sidlesham Nature Reserve. Throughout the project the client sourced much of the interior finishes and fixtures directly from salvage yards and online second hand boutiques. The house is decorated with reclaimed materials referencing the worn and weary effect of time spent on the beach or at the sea side. Now complete, the house genuinely feels reconciled to its place, a haven for our clients, and an exemplary project for our future clients who wish to link their childhoods with their future homes.
Colour and Character
Colour and Character
Design By Deborah Ltd
This is an example of a rustic guest bedroom in Berkshire with white walls, carpet and white floors.
Kitchen Worktops, Islands and Splashback
Kitchen Worktops, Islands and Splashback
John Samuel
Photo of a traditional galley kitchen/diner in Sussex with a submerged sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, grey splashback, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and grey worktops.
Flat Door Cashmere & Rustic Oak Kitchen
Flat Door Cashmere & Rustic Oak Kitchen
Danmar Kitchens & Interiors
A kitchen style which we have found popular throughout 2018 – 2019 and has once again been chosen here; this time using complimenting tones of rustic oak and matt cashmere with a 20mm pure white worktop. A dining table integrated into the kitchen island in a matching finish utilizes the L-shaped space to its full potential. A Bora hob eradicates the need for bulky ceiling extractors, giving a clear view onto the garden from all corners of the kitchen.
The Morston Range
The Morston Range
The Norfolk Workshop
Large country l-shaped kitchen in Other with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, wood worktops, blue splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island and beige floors.
Sandringham Road
Sandringham Road
Gresford Architects Ltd
Photo of a medium sized scandinavian dining room in Oxfordshire with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
Transformation of 1920s Detached Family Home
Transformation of 1920s Detached Family Home
HollandGreen Architecture, Interiors & Landscapes
Eleanor Walpole
This is an example of a scandinavian dining room in Oxfordshire with no fireplace and grey floors.
Hilside Road Streathm Top Flat
Hilside Road Streathm Top Flat
Oakman Architecture Limited
This is an example of a traditional dining room in London with white walls and beige floors.
The Palladian
The Palladian
Unique Homestays
Unique Home Stays
Large classic kitchen/dining room in Cornwall with beige floors and white walls.
Exotic style | Maisons du Monde
Exotic style | Maisons du Monde
Maisons du Monde UK
Inspiration for an eclectic enclosed dining room in London with white walls, no fireplace and beige floors.
Chelsea Townhouse
Chelsea Townhouse
Studioloop Ltd.
Medium sized classic study in London with white walls, dark hardwood flooring, a freestanding desk and brown floors.
Schmidt Kitchens
Schmidt Kitchens
Schmidt Kitchens Sevenoaks
Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary l-shaped kitchen/diner in Kent with a submerged sink, recessed-panel cabinets, red splashback, no island, black floors, white worktops, grey cabinets and integrated appliances.
Walberswick House
Walberswick House
Neil Davis
neil davis
Design ideas for a medium sized beach style enclosed living room in Other with carpet, grey floors and beige walls.
Modern Farmhouse-Upstate
Modern Farmhouse-Upstate
Crisp Architects
Master bathroom with subway tiles, wood vanity, and concrete countertop. Photographer: Rob Karosis
This is an example of a large farmhouse ensuite bathroom in New York with flat-panel cabinets, a freestanding bath, white tiles, metro tiles, white walls, slate flooring, a submerged sink, concrete worktops, black floors, black worktops and dark wood cabinets.
United Kingdom
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