543 m² / 5,8441 ft²
With this large, newbuild family house in Hertfordshire, we were brought on board to redesign the interiors, to add warmth, character and impact.
Nothing makes a statement quite like a circular staircase: we designed all the elements, the staircase, balustrade and handrail to bring a contemporary, crafted feel. Through this central feature, we established a theme of curves that is repeated in various textures and details throughout the house.
We sourced distinct curved ceramic tiles for the master bathroom, which stretch from floor to ceiling. Their dusky rose tones are complemented with soft grey walls, dark bronze sanitaryware and white bath and sink.
We maximised impact with the strategic use of bold colour, textures and pattern, such as this feature wallpaper in the bedrooms.
Joinery and fixtures pick up on the curved and contoured theme.
A sunken living area adds interest and breaks up the open plan kitchen, living and dining spaces.
We designed the joinery throughout and picked soft furnishings to reflect qualities of timeless but contemporary elegance and comfort.
For the children – two young girls and a boy – bathrooms feature either soft tones of pink or a strong blue. Large tiles with coloured grout create a strong grid, complimented by the tongue and groove cabinetry, playfully enriching the geometric language of the house.