The Contemporary Craft kitchen design is a nod towards the classic English kitchen style with a simple, no fuss approach. The Shaker style doors and wooden worktop, supplied by Philip Morrison Interiors, are complemented perfectly by the soft grey walls and natural wood furniture and accessories. The open shelving works well in all kitchen designs and provides the perfect setting for displaying stylish crockery or glassware, cookery books, storage jars and indoor plants and herbs. The geometric patterned floor, supplied by Walls and Floors, adds a contemporary twist, while the wall clock by Newgate, pendant light by BHS and dining table from Loaf, with its simple form and steel legs, add an industrial feel. The mustard velvet armchair, also from Loaf, creates a calming rest space in the kitchen with the bespoke linen leopard print cushion from Simone Olivia adding another pattern into the mix. The utensils and handcrafted wooden bowls from Ian Snow have been chosen for their rustic charm.
The Millennial pink trend is showing no signs of slowing down, the versatile colour looks just as good in a bedroom with soft textures as it does in a typically more practical situation mixed with polished concrete. Our ‘Modern Pink’ kitchen is a design which brings together soft pastel colours and modern lines. The walls have been painted in Valspars ‘Dusky Sand’ shade of pink. The pink velvet sofa from Tesco has been dressed with cushions and a throw which introduce more pastel colours into the scheme. Adding art, prints and posters is a great way to introduce new accent colours, like the large painting by Simone Olivia. The wood effect tiles from Walls and Floors add warmth to the cooler pastel shades and tie in the rattan chairs by Cox and Cox. The grey kitchen with its white Corian worktop, supplied by The Kitchen Store, adds the modern edge to the space, with the island acting as a separator between the kitchen and living area.
French Floral bathroom
Elegant, Parisian-style interiors create a romantic scheme, and our French Floral bathroom adds an extra layer of femininity for a sophisticated retreat. The deep, freestanding Dulwich bath, complete with ornate ball feet and classic brassware, offers the promise of ultimate relaxation, as well as a chic centrepiece to the room. Complemented by the Camberley vanity units in a vintage-inspired ivory finish, generous Shaker-style drawers tuck toiletries out of sight – and keep the space effortlessly chic. Rustic-style wooden flooring, an oversized antique-style mirror and rug, plus panelled walls in soft grey conjures the atmosphere of a charming Parisian apartment, with plenty of fresh flowers and trailing house plants adding to the overall romantic feel.
Oriental Spa bathroom
Taking its lead from the ancient art of Feng Shui, this on-trend room has been carefully curated to balance positive and negative energy for a truly harmonious feel. Water is of huge importance to this look, and we’ve taken it a step further with show-stopping fish tanks that are integrated into the floor – an incredibly calming and natural addition to the scheme. The rules of Feng Shui call for a minimal aesthetic, with clean, flowing lines and an even ratio of dark and light colours, which has been achieved with the white Belle de Louvain Barocci bath – a contemporary slipper design with a simple shape – and large-format modern, black floor tiles. Vases full of bamboo bring the natural world indoors and sit against full-width Oriental screens, which let diffused light cast a soft glow over the entire room.
Soft Industrial bathroom
This space is an antidote to the harsh lines of the hyper-modern warehouse style, and shows how this popular trend can be introduced into any home. Walls clad in warm wood-effect, oversized white metro and grey brick-style tiles are a refreshing alternative to breezeblocks and exposed brick, and temper the rigid Crittal-style black window frames. Cleverly, sanitaryware features curved shapes, including the iconic Rembrandt tin bath, which is made from tin-plated copper and has been hammered by hand for a unique finish. Twin Hardy basins sit atop a concrete-style plinth, a material that also appears behind the bath to house a beautiful chrome waterfall tap. A modern interpretation of Victorian floor tiles brings all the black elements together – the windows, a vertical column radiator and the plinth’s iron legs – and would also sit beautifully in a period setting.
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