This show house, completed in April 2016, was commissioned by Hilmark Homes for their stylish new development of homes with 'heart and soul'.
The design brief here was to inspire the story of this house with warmth and colour.
A pale grey palette creates a soft and cosy space, accented with charcoal and ochre. Vintage travel prints, chunky textures and aged wood help establish a homely atmosphere.
Create a cosy corner by the wood burning stove using floor pillows and textured rugs.
Natural wood furniture contrasts with the simple grey tones of the kitchen. This understated palette enlarges the space and allows the highlights of the feature colours to shine through.
Retro wallpaper forms a quirky backdrop to an eclectic array of accessories, displayed on hand made wood and metal shelving.
Vintage coffee cups - too stylish to be hidden away!
Limed oak worktops, ocean blue tiles and luscious green foliage create a chic and fresh impression!
An inspired mix of wide wooden boards, raw concrete and rusted metal are combined with blue greys and cosy textures to create an unexpectedly soft finish.
A snugly velvet wingback chair makes for a cosy corner. The salvage theme is continued in the artwork, mirrors and lighting.
A peek through the door to the en suite beyond, continuing the colour scheme and salvage theme.
Simple metro tiles in blue and white shades make for a timeless bathroom.
The main bathroom repeats the master en suite metro tiles and adds a touch of glamour with retro style bevel-edged mirror.
A sumptuous set of daring fuchsia drapes enrich this bedroom. Bright velvet scatter cushions in an otherwise completely neutral room make this scheme eye catching without being overpowering.
Custom desk and shelving were created for this stylish study, making space to display a carefully curated collection of delights. The mustard yellow armchair invites the visitor to indulge in a good book!
Stylish storage solutions in an eye catching entrance hall; bespoke bench and coat rack with woven baskets in bright shades which offer a sharp contrast to the grey-blue palette used throughout this house.
Pale grey tones for woodwork on the stairs and bespoke bench soften these hard features, drawing out the stronger tones of the metal and bright yellow detailing.