The brief for this project was to create an eclectic interior in a small Victorian conversion that maximises the usable space. My client wanted a home that reflected her personality and interests, she loves bold jewel colours and her passion is singing. The living room has a bespoke coffee table that folds out into a dining table, lightweight armchairs were specified so they can easily be moved next to the piano when the room is used for a dinner party to enjoy the piano. An artisit was commissioned to create the trio of paintings of my clients favourite church windows where she sings in the choir. A second bedroom was required for friends to stay but a study was more of a necessity on a day to day basis, the room functions as both. With bespoke joinery for books and extra bedding, and a very comfy sofa bed this room can easily become a second bedroom when needed. The master bedroom in this converted Victorian flat is a long room in the eaves of the building, there is a central wardrobe to segregate the space slightly and ensure the bed is facing the pretty window. Antique mirror was added to the walls to open up the space and increase light flow to the back on the room.
Kind words from the client:
"I was introduced by a friend shortly after buying a flat and starting from complete scratch and overwhelmed at where to start, Natasha was a delight to work with at every stage. She had the right balance to push me out of my comfort zone. I have been enjoying my beautiful home for almost a year now and know for sure, without Tash I would still have white walls and bits of old furniture whilst trying to decide what to do!"