I designed the master bedroom with monochrome in mind, sticking with a geometric theme to the feature wall, lamps, cushions and various other accessories. The storage space the bed provides is a welcome addition to a small house, while the soft colour scheme is just right for a place to retreat to after a hectic day.
In this room I stuck to white for the walls, providing the perfect blank canvas against which to make things really stand out. It may only be a guest room, but that didn’t mean compromising on quality, as to me it’s important that anyone staying over is left with a good impression.
This scandi-inspired home office space is a part of Bedroom 2. Borrowing the principles of keeping everything bright and minimalistic, the room feels full of life on the dullest of days while keeping distractions to a minimum.
The central area from which all the other rooms bar the laundry room spread, I wanted to achieve a stylish look without going over the top. Stripy feature wallpaper with artwork that tones in well did just the job.
I absolutely love colour pops and here I’ve done just that with red against an otherwise monochrome palette. There’s plenty of seats for visitors and the TV wall feature provides a focal point in the absence of a fireplace.