Neutral living room
As the client wanted neutral colours for this room, a range of textures all throughout the room were used to create a cosy feel and enhance the neutral colour scheme.
The layout with the furniture facing each other creates that social space that the client wanted. Built-in shelves were added with a darker colour to create depth in the room.
The client wanted a moodier feel for their home office. Dark blue was used for the walls, combined with gold wall plastering to add an element of luxury to the space and adding yellow as an accent colour (a colour that enhances creativity) that is complementary to blue to brighten up the room and enhance the colours.
The desk faces the window to create an inspiring, relaxing working space. The yellow and blue were repeated throughout the room in the wall art.
Cabin style bathroom
The client wanted a darker, earthy looking bathroom in a cabin style. Lighting was added to the dark wall to add contrast. Multiple sources of lighting to create a relaxing atmosphere that the client wanted. The vinyl flooring was added for practicality and to lift the neutral colours of the room. Multiple plants were added to lift the darker colour scheme of the room and provide freshness.
Glam walk-in wardrobe
The lighting was added in warmer tones to create a cosy feel to the space. The storage was maximised through vertical shelves and wardrobes to prevent the room from becoming cluttered and keep it clean and sophisticated.
The client wanted a darker pallet but with natural elements. Different textures such as wood, matt, and gloss ceramics with gold add sophistication to the room. Two built-in wardrobes were added to maximise storage space.
The client wanted pink and blue colours, butterflies and reading, so I gave them a dedicated space in the room where she could read. As children grow, they will change their styling preferences and likes and dislikes, so it was essential to keep the walls neutral and incorporate what the client liked through furnishings and accessories.