This teenage sisters’ bedroom in Bath takes on a sophisticated look and manages to incorporate two study areas (not shown). The fabric wall panel, designed and made by Nick, incorporates images of interest to both girls and provides the inspiration for the room’s colour scheme, including the “office chairs” .
Large mirror reflects light from the large window opposite, increasing the brightness in the room and creating a separate focal point.
Working closely with the builder, Nick designed elements of this conversion to ensure maximum natural light for inspiration. Here, the office fits well into the small space, with plenty of storage for files and books.
Nick designed and finished this bedroom interior in Bath with a contemporary scheme. The chrome bed and fittings work well with the lilac walls, and by retaining and highlighting the chimney flues, this provides a strong and remarkable interior feature for the room.
Children often have favourite characters, so why not design and build things that you know they’ll love. Nick designed and built this very special bed, which is also highly practical, folding away the sides for under-bed storage.
Young infants need to feel comfortable. This is not the age to expose them to loud primary colours (unless you want even more sleepless nights than you have already). Warm, neutral schemes, with lots of soft furnishings, rugs and general cuddliness will provide a calming environment for the child. Sparing and appropriate use of stencils adds interest to the wardrobe.
This contemporary bedroom scheme in Bath feels like that of a modern luxury hotel. The understated detailing of the curtain poles and hold-backs, chenille striped cushions co-ordinating with the roman blinds, and the simple chandelier, provide an air of calm opulence and quality.
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“They [the chairs] do look fabulous, thanks. The room is very beautiful. A great design job”
Mr R of the Circus, Bath.
Pine retains its place in some traditional country interior designs. In this bedroom, Nick identified suitable bed-linen and a warm, green paint scheme which not only blends well with the warmth of the pine, it also brings to life the tiles in the fireplace.
This bedroom in Bristol was transformed by a bespoke upholstered headboard, fantastic colour scheme and amazing use of light. The client offered to provide a separate testimonial for the fibre optic reading lights; ideal for enjoying a good book whilst your partner sleeps.
This traditional bedroom was given a contemporary makeover as part of a complete house renovation, with quality fabrics and substantial storage including the ottoman at the foot of the bed. Bespoke, oak under-bed drawers are also being designed and made for bed-linen and other storage.