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Wilmar
Wilmar
Fiddes ArchitectsFiddes Architects
Design ideas for a multi-coloured contemporary two floor detached house in Other with mixed cladding, a lean-to roof and a grey roof.
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Sugar Quay
Sugar Quay
Nathalie Priem PhotographyNathalie Priem Photography
Contemporary wardrobe in London.
Chelsea
Chelsea
Studio Fox LintonStudio Fox Linton
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen in Other.
Victorian House in Stoke Newington, North London
Victorian House in Stoke Newington, North London
Murus ArtMurus Art
Limited edition print by Simone Ember in North London Victorian house.
Contemporary bedroom in London.
Earlsfield Townhouse
Earlsfield Townhouse
Aura ArchitectureAura Architecture
Contemporary bathroom in London.
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Craiglockhart Terrace
Craiglockhart Terrace
Somner Macdonald ArchitectsSomner Macdonald Architects
Photo of a contemporary kitchen in Edinburgh.
Mole Hole
Mole Hole
Horton + Harman Interior DesignHorton + Harman Interior Design
This is an example of an eclectic dining room.
SW London
SW London
Mokka DesignMokka Design
A fun-filled family home for luxury entertaining designed by Mokka Design. This 7500 sq ft property has layer upon layer of personalisation. Including a secret door behind a bookcase disguising a secret loft space, where book spines list birthdays, special memories and favourite family reads. The lower ground and ground floors comprise three open-plan living rooms plus a family room, music room, study, gym, wine cellar and kitchen dining area.
Kitchen
Kitchen
Masson Joinery LimitedMasson Joinery Limited
Classic u-shaped kitchen/diner in Kent with a submerged sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, marble worktops, multi-coloured splashback, marble splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island, grey floors, multicoloured worktops, exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling.

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Bankside Loft
Bankside Loft
YARD ArchitectsYARD Architects
Bankside Lofts, opposite the iconic Tate Modern building, was one of the first projects developed by the Manhattan Loft Corporation. They pioneered an unusual model, selling flats as ‘shells’ for owners to fit out themselves. Bankside Lofts was once of their earliest developments. We were asked to reconfigure and update one of the apartments in the Victorian section of the building, for a couple who wanted more privacy and better entertaining space. The existing apartment had lots of character and architectural features, including three huge arched windows with steel frames overlooking Tate Modern, exposed brick, timber beams and concrete columns. Our design reinforces the architectural qualities of the space and uses robust materials that are in keeping with the industrial aesthetic of the building. We wanted to create a project which felt like it fitted with the building and would last for many years, without looking out of date. The layout of the apartment was the main reason for the refurbishment. There were two open plan mezzanine bed space overlooking the main space, which had no walls or privacy and had very low ceiling heights. This worked for the owners when they had younger children, but now they were adults they needed a proper enclosed bedroom space, more storage and a bigger kitchen for entertaining. They also wanted to retain a space for guests but keep the space as open as possible when not in use. Creating the main bedroom was particularly difficult, because the ceiling height was not quite large enough for two full stories to be inserted, meaning somewhere there would be a very compromised ceiling height. Our solution was a complex puzzle of interlocking storage units, varying in height which maximise the ceiling height where it is needed, but also increase the amount of usable floor space. Wardrobes were reduced in height in order to gain standing space in the room above. A library allows ample height to sit and read a book and allows a full ceiling height to the bedroom below. The guest bed is on a raised platform above the entrance hall. The new structure for the mezzanine is completely free-standing with the perimeter walls of the apartment, made from large sections of timber. These mirror the existing ceiling beams, so the new elements feels like a part of the existing building, blending in to create a sense of a unity. We included a hidden bedroom for the owners dog, Ruby, a double height shower and lots of hidden storage. The yellow staircase up to the mezzanine adds a pop of colour to the otherwise monochrome palette, and the steps double up as drawers for shoes. We used a simple palette of materials to complement those already found in the apartment. Steel crittall sliding doors and windows enclose the bedroom but allow the space to feel open and be filled with natural light. A hidden curtain can be drawn for privacy. The bathroom is seamlessly finished in Moroccan Tadelakt plaster, reminiscent of the concrete columns which were left exposed. Reeded glass on the mezzanine level offers a sense of privacy to the upper level whilst allowing light to flood the space.
Milngavie extension
Milngavie extension
Breagh ArchitectsBreagh Architects
Design ideas for a classic enclosed living room in Glasgow with grey walls, medium hardwood flooring, a wood burning stove and brown floors.
Moorsfort
Moorsfort
Juliet Murphy PhotographyJuliet Murphy Photography
This is an example of a yellow traditional brick and front house exterior in London with three floors, a pitched roof, a tiled roof and a brown roof.
Tivoli Kitchen project
Tivoli Kitchen project
ContourContour
The dark Kiruna base cabinets add depth to the colour scheme, whilst the Sand Grey wall cabinetry boosts light levels and gives the room a coffee and cream look.

28,338,751 Home Design Ideas, Pictures and Inspiration

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Ealing- full refurbishment
Ealing- full refurbishment
Slightly Quirky LtdSlightly Quirky Ltd
Photo of a bohemian cloakroom in London.
Family home - Ground Floor design and styling
Family home - Ground Floor design and styling
J Stanley InteriorsJ Stanley Interiors
Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary single-wall open plan kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, granite worktops, grey splashback, an island, a submerged sink and grey worktops.
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