A Town House Refurb & Extension with the Conservation Area
A Town House Refurb & Extension with the Conservation Area
fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors
This townhouse sits within Chichester's city walls and conservation areas. Its is a semi-detached 5 storey home which has been fully refurbished with a modest single-storey rear extension. The new rear extension enclosing the light well to the basement is fully glazed, utilising a structural glazed roof and glazed panoramic sliding doors. A double-height space is retained to ensure adequate daylight to the basement room below. A courtyard garden has also been upgraded providing a quiet outdoor space directly accessible from the principal ground floor accommodation.
Townhouse Winchester
Townhouse Winchester
Fiona Doswell Interiors
Design ideas for a contemporary dining room in Hampshire with grey walls and grey floors.
A Room With A View
A Room With A View
Amos Goldreich Architecture
Photo of a contemporary dining room in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring, brown floors and wallpapered walls.
Sue's future proofed bathroom
Sue's future proofed bathroom
Motionspot
'I wanted a bathroom that would be accessible and stylish and that I could future proof so that it could adapt to my needs as I got older. I can retain independence and stay safe in my home’
Limpsfield Road
Limpsfield Road
Petko Slavov Photography
Photo of a contemporary bedroom in London.
London, E10
London, E10
Lomax & Chi
Photo of a contemporary l-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a belfast sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, pink splashback, integrated appliances, medium hardwood flooring, no island, brown floors and white worktops.
Mortimer Crescent
Mortimer Crescent
Roberto Di Donato Architecture
Photo of a large contemporary shower room bathroom in London with white cabinets, beige tiles, an alcove shower, a wall mounted toilet, porcelain tiles, porcelain flooring, a wall-mounted sink, beige floors, a hinged door and a single sink.
Revelon Road
Revelon Road
Maack Architects
Contemporary bedroom with slot timber windows. Photography: Peter Landers
Medium sized contemporary master bedroom in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
Super cool Apartment
Super cool Apartment
SHR Photography
sasfi hope-ross
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen in Dorset with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, black appliances, a breakfast bar, brown floors and black worktops.
Luxury Mayfair Apartment
Luxury Mayfair Apartment
Violet & George
Design ideas for a medium sized contemporary single-wall kitchen/diner in London with an integrated sink, dark wood cabinets, granite worktops, black splashback, stainless steel appliances, no island, brown floors, black worktops, flat-panel cabinets and medium hardwood flooring.
Holiday Apartment, Porthleven
Holiday Apartment, Porthleven
Now Kitchens
Small is beautiful! It's the details in this holiday apartment in Porthleven that make all the difference. The kitchen is Masterclass Sutton H-Line (handlesless) in Heritage Grey with Oak accents on the handle rail and plinth. Solid oak shelving has been stained to match the other wood details and cleverly contrasted by industrial look lighting. The huge glass splashback in Decoglaze 'Aegean' really makes this petite kitchen stand out from the crowd.
St Alban`s Kintchen
St Alban`s Kintchen
Lazfurniture
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen in Hertfordshire.
Case Study: Richmond, TW9
Case Study: Richmond, TW9
BathroomsByDesign
Contemporary ensuite bathroom in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a built-in shower, mosaic tiles, a vessel sink, grey floors and white worktops.
Artist Studio in North London
Artist Studio in North London
Clifton Interiors Ltd
Design ideas for a medium sized contemporary bathroom in London with open cabinets, a wall mounted toilet, white walls, a vessel sink, wooden worktops, multi-coloured floors, a hinged door and beige worktops.
Black and Oak Kitchen
Black and Oak Kitchen
Wood Works Brighton
Design ideas for a small contemporary dining room in Sussex with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
Light and Airy Victorian Conversion
Light and Airy Victorian Conversion
Zulufish
Inspiration for a contemporary painted wood u-shaped wood railing staircase in London with painted wood risers.
Holland Park Mews House
Holland Park Mews House
MALLETT
This is an example of a contemporary kitchen in London.
Queens Park
Queens Park
Chris Snook
Design ideas for a medium sized contemporary shower room bathroom in London with a built-in shower, a two-piece toilet, white tiles, multi-coloured walls, terrazzo flooring, a console sink, grey floors, an open shower, a wall niche, a single sink, a freestanding vanity unit and wallpapered walls.
Современная классика Столовая
Современная классика Столовая
This is an example of a small contemporary dining room in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
How can you define contemporary design when it’s very definition means it changes with the times? Well, in broad terms contemporary design is anything that is the opposite of retro and traditional and is instead innovative, modern and new. In the 21st Century you can define contemporary design as bold, with clean lines and a strong emphasis on natural materials, stark black, white and bold colours, and lots of light. Contemporary kitchens are easy to spot, with their sleek, minimalist kitchen cabinets, glossy finishes and bright open spaces, while contemporary furniture around the rest of the home often plays with curved lines and innovative materials.

Contemporary interior design is modern in essence, but it should not be confused with the interior design and architecture style of ‘modern’, which was a style introduced in the middle of the century and is often termed ‘midcentury modern’. Modernism is different from contemporary design and architecture but because the word ‘modern’ has become synonymous with ‘contemporary’ in everyday talk, there is often lots of confusion between the two styles. If you’d prefer to see simple, functional design and architecture, with lots of right angles and machine-produced materials, then choose the Modern style. If you love contemporary kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and living rooms with gloss, glass and curves, stick with contemporary.
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