The interior space of your home should reflect the essence of family and the interior space of your office should reflect the essence of your Branding.
The requirement of the client brief was a to design a Home Office for a couple that worked from home that allowed free transit from the other spaces of the house. After careful evaluation and understanding of what was needed, our solution was to design a purpose built bespoke unit that allowed the storage of books and the equipment needed to work. The design maximised the space, and the use of the colours of the furniture and the walls created a home study that was clutter free, bright, practical and functional with a contemporary feel.
The brief given was a family room which had to be used for eating, relaxing and spending family time together. It was also to be used by the different members of the family at different times of the day, ie: where the couple could chill out in the evenings and also where the kids could watch films, play with the nintendo wii, etc.
This room was a recently an added new extension to the house with access to the patio and garden. The room was very bright and spacious so we decided to use an L shaped sofa to make a better use of the space, which was positioned in front of the entertainment unit. The table and chairs were placed so flow into the garden from the rest of the house is not interrupted. The colour palette was shade of white, yellow, grey to give the space a contemporary feel.
Our client was a girl that was very excited about the design of her newly extended room. The brief was a bright room with tones of grey, white and a touch of soft pink. After the approval of the sample board, we chose a light carpet, white furniture, white venetian blinds and soft grey and white walls to make the room bright and airy. Then we decided to bring a touch of pink in the fabrics, lighting and accessories. The result was a bright, practical, feminine space that was ideal for our young client! She was very pleased with her much bigger and brighter bedroom.
Young Boys Bedroom
The requirement was to design a bedroom for a young boy that had his bedroom recently extended. The client brief required a bright bedroom that made the best use of the space. The young client ´s only request was an animal theme, and monkeys were a must! We made the best possible use of space by placing the wardrobe alongside the back wall to allow the best use of space. The bed and a modular unit for toys and books were placed against the long wall allowing the space to feel bigger. Soft blue and white walls, white furniture, white blinds, and a light carpet made the room brighter and the bespoke wall art created the personalisation of the bedroom. The result was a bright, functional, animal themed bedroom with a contemporary feel suitable for a young boy.
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