Maximising Space in This Victorian Home
At Holme Tree, we recognise that when you are renovating a house you have many decisions to make about how you want your property to serve you in the future. We understand that you have a vision about its potential when you buy the property and you need someone who can share and help you to realise this vision.
The client we worked with on this project knew exactly the sort of look she wanted and had even drawn up her ideas before we met! If this is not the sort of thing you feel able to do then don’t worry as we can work with you to design your space using our CAD software so that you can fully visualise what your room will look like.
Adding Pops of Colour to add interest
This large room, which also included a dining table and seating area, was perfect to accommodate a large island. The rear of the island features apothecary style drawers which are a great option to locate items quickly and can be more accessible than cupboards. Given the space available, it was possible to build in a pantry in the corner of the room complete with sliding pocket door to hide all of the kitchen accoutrements.
The choice of three colours – Farrow and Ball’s Railings on the island, De Nimes on the free standing cabinet housing the fridge and the freezer and Purbeck Stone on the main kitchen effectively help to create interest and zones as well as injecting a pop of colour into the white room. The oak tones of the parquet floor add warmth and cohesion to the whole space.
The aged brass Perrin & Rowe Ionian tap and Perrin & Rowe Parthian boiling tap sit alongside a Perrin & Rowe Shaker 900 double Belfast sink set within Silestone Snowy Ibiza quartz