The double-volume living spaces also benefit from the use of large sliding glass doors which not only connect the interior with the garden outside but also bring in additional light. It is this seamless connectivity between both zones that defines the overall design of.
A grand entry welcomes you into the home with the living area being housed on the top level along with the bedrooms. The basement level features additional kitchen and social spaces and a smart neutral color scheme is employed across the three floors.
The idea was to create a dark and moody setting that offered the ideal backdrop for bright pops of color all the while keeping the intact. The smart use of focused and ambient lighting ensure that there are no dull dark corners despite the obvious lack of natural light while sculptural pendants add both texture and pattern to the contemporary setting.
It seems to be a season of renovations and extension projects and today we’ve stumbled upon another beauty from London that gives an old dark and congested home a sparkling new lease on life. Located on Milton Road is a gorgeous Victorian house that was in urgent need of a contemporary makeover.
There are two ways of looking at a home that comes with a neutral color palette bland walls and a lack of personality. You can either view it as a boring home without any excitement or you can use the opportunity to unleash your creative juices and turn it into an inviting home that reflects your personality.