Victorian Terrace Make-over
I have always loved Victorian terrace houses, especially those that are in beautiful coastal towns that I have lived in such as Brighton and Plymouth. After spending a lot of time setting up and launching my online store, I wanted to come back to design and have a go at combining the original character and features of this style of house with a range of design styles. Here are the results!
Let's start in the lower ground floor - A navy shaker kitchen with gold accents that leads through to a family dining area and TV room. This space has a more modern feel to it but continues the navy and gold palette with some statement wallpaper and feature lighting.
Heading up the ground floor we enter a through lounge and formal dining area. The lounge has the original bay window to the front as well as beautiful crown molding and picture rails which I wanted to keep and enhance with the design. There are also ceiling roses and original fireplaces. The stripped wooden floors mix with traditional William Morris style wallpaper as well as mid-century furniture and organic textures throughout.
An upcycling adventure!
Breathing new life into a neglected vintage sideboard...
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Contemporary Shaker Kitchen
For me, it is the wall tiles that pull this design together! ... and the dedicated coffee corner is always a winner!
Calming and Peaceful Nursery
My first nursery design. I fell in love with the llama and rainbow wallpaper and knew I had to use it somewhere!
A friend of mine moved into a property just before lockdown last year and I helped them move and decorate what we could. They have continued to do what they can over the last few months but their next project is their kitchen. They are unable to change the units or do anything structural and so wanted to give it a makeover on a budget. They had a colour scheme in mind and so I was then given the opportunity to revamp the rest. I have used a wood effect vinyl and antique copper handles to freshen up the units which were very dated. The tiles have been painted to coordinate with the grey legs of the dining table. I have added a pop of colour and pattern with a botanical print blind and given them options to add slate effect vinyl flooring as well as some new accessories to make it feel warm and welcoming. They are really pleased with the options I have given them and I can't wait to see the finished result!
A Calm and Relaxing Botanical Bedroom
One of my personal favourites - I love the colour combination and the feeling of calm and serenity that comes from this design.
Into Outer Space
A modern twist on the traditional
One floorplan, two very different kitchens!
New design concepts
From boho to coastal
Boho bedroom mood board
Boho bedroom with dressing area and en-suite
Scandi lounge mood board
Scandi lounge - view from dining area
Botanical themed WC
Family Living Space
My first professional design commission.
A re-design of a living room and adjoining playroom. All this was completed online due to Covid restrictions.
The photos I was sent of the existing layout and decor.
Floor plan with possible furniture layout.
Colour scheme 1: Gold
Colour scheme 2: Green
Colour scheme 3: Neutral
Bespoke alcove storage design.
Lounge area 3D realistic plan.
Fireplace wall 3D realistic plan.
Playroom realistic 3D plan.
My second design commission.
Breathing new life into a holiday home on a tight budget. We decided on a brief of 'seaside and sunsets.'