With the concept of a luxury hotel suite at the forefront, I completely revamped my bathroom with new tiles, bath, sink, cabinet and shower. Wood effect tiles keep a touch of nature in play with white walls keeping a room with limited natural daylight as bright as possible.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! The kitchen had the least amount of work done, but was still made brighter and fresher with marble effect tiles and a light shade of grey for the walls, with kitchen cupboards extended to maximise storage.
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.