Interior Design

Chelsey House

The Brief

The property was the first home the Connolly couple built for themselves and the brief was straight forward. To create a design masterpiece that would last for generations. The interior of the home has to have a modern and contemporary feel with an aura of elegance. The execution of the brief took almost one year and the end results look superb, is functional, family friendly and above all – it is a cosy family home.

The Property

Chelsey House is a gorgeous architecturally designed Arts and Crafts house, an imposing yet demure exterior but as you walk up to the high, red brick walls you start to see the charm unfold in the detail. The property is located in Buckinghamshire and is located on a large plot of land.

The Theme

One would expect to see an Arts and Crafts home to have an interior and exterior that fits in the era of designer William Morris (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arts_and_Crafts_movement) but as you walk through the large front door you are greeted with clean lines, a fresh approach that is sympathetic to the Arts and Crafts movement yet retains its own honesty. We have been able to successfully blend modern with traditional and bring out the best in each with our own take on Arts and Crafts whilst being true to the clients brief.

This fabulous £4million project was a delight to work on and the end results speak for themselves.

The Willcott Collection

The Brief

To create a brand, website, advert and brochure for this development and stage it before the properties are launched.

The Property

The property based in Acton, W3 was bought by Centurion London and converted into luxury apartments.

The Theme

Very much centred around young professionals buying their first or second property.

The show apartment was dressed using furniture that would compliment the layout and showcase the fixtures and fittings.

The idea is to show potential buyers what the property could look like when furnished, it subconsciously prompts their creative side to look at the space in a different way and picture it with their furniture.

The Coffee House

The Brief

To create a brand that will stand out on the high street and deliver superb service and award winning coffee for all.

The Property

The site was sold as a coffee shop with a monochrome colour scheme but the site was soon changed internally to reflect a more modern take on the café culture. The ceilings were raised as a high as possible and shutters removed from the front façade to showcase the extraordinary old shop front which use to be a jeweller.

The Theme

When one thinks of a coffee shop one thinks muted tones, creams, ivory, browns but the brief was clear and inspiration was taken from the renowned Vida e Café in Cape Town, South Africa. The striking red and white look was a gamble but a worth while one as the café attracts clientele from Acton, Chiswick, Ealing and Shepherd’s Bush all travelling to experience the five star service and award winning coffee by Monmouth.

Internally the walls were stripped back to the red brick and one we introduced an industrial take by hanging rusted pendants. The counter was hand crafted by Creative Edge, local cabinet makers.

The Coffee House is the hum drum of the local community and the unconventional look and feel allows it to stand out day or night.

The Birches

The Brief

To create a brand, website, advert and brochure for this development and stage it before the properties are launched.

The Property

Another sensational luxury development crafted by Centurion London in Ealing, West London. Two modern, luxury houses were built on the site. The properties were special due to the fact that the basement excavation was vast and drew a lot of attention due to the sheer size.

The Theme

The theme was a fusion between traditional sentiments and modern minimalist features. The kitchen was hand crafted by local cabinet makers, Creative Edge and the counter tops were finished in white Corian.

Dressing/staging the proper show house before launch was an exciting project to be part of and the idea was to accentuate the features throughout this four-bedroom house.

We created designated reading corners for children and to fully appreciate and showcase the lower ground floor we placed a L-shaped sofa next to the kitchen followed by a dining table under the glass skylights which were operated by a hydraulic system – allowing you to enjoy alfresco dining during summer months.

This project has so many more superb angels we can talk about but hopefully the photos demonstrate more.

Orchards Of London

The Brief

Like with the previous Orchards of London sites, design guidelines had to be followed and the user experience should be flawless and welcoming. Due to the size and location of the site it was also the flagship office of this award winning estate agency which had to look breath-taking.

The Property

The site was previously a bank which was left empty for a long time and has in turn become derelict. The first part of the project was to transform the lower ground floor into a space that would be home to the Head Office.

The 45 degree angled shop front was ‘wrapped’ with glass from floor to ceiling and the ground floor was segmented so show off certain characteristics. Part of the charm remaining is the buildings large steel beam sitting in the sealing which was left exposed.

Excavation works for the lower ground resulted in a super space which would work for the different head office functions.

The Theme

The colour scheme was a fusion of the traditional look set out in the design guidelines but the space marketing would be placed in was painted in Duck Egg blue and feature walls throughout the building consist of brick slips which bring the external of the building in but also showcase the segmented areas within the space.

The conference table was jointing designed by Creative Edge and the room had to serve as a board room, conference and training room. The table top and base can be take apart with ease and the room transform from one theme to another.

All the offices at Orchards of London have the same design base line yet each have their own unique identity and theme.

The flagship office in Shepherd’s Bush at night lights up, the main spotlights are turned off and the pendants cast a contemporary shadow on the ceiling and the recessed picture frames are light up with LED lighting.

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