The design is punctuated with simple forms and neutral palettes which have been embellished with luxurious finishes during the latter stages of the project. We incorporated chic, high end materials throughout, with a marble-top dining table and smokey, dark glass coffee table, yet kept the area warm and inviting with soft furnishings and comfy, curved seating.
For a busy family in the Hertfordshire village of Radlett, we refurbished this beautiful property by injecting a classic, contemporary feel that would appeal to all members of the family. Our clients required a living space that was aesthetically striking yet easily accommodating to the hustle and bustle of their daily life. Whilst refinement and elegance played a large part in our design concept, comfort reigned supreme.
Lighting was paramount to the project and for this reason we recruited the services of award-winning lighting design firm, Design Plus Light. Sparkling glass chandeliers make a bold statement which retain an elegant feel that melds effortlessly with the rest of the space.
A classic, open plan kitchen, living and adjoining dining room was given a modern edge with layered tones of grey and simple but impactful adornment in similar colours. The overall feel is quietly understated, simple and sophisticated. In order to keep the interiors timeless, we wanted to steer away from heavy decoration and overly busy patterns, instead taking a less is more approach.
The walnut-coloured wood cabinets add warmth alongside the darker fixtures on the island. Neutral hues of black, white and brown are subtle and adaptable should the family wish to include visible appliances later down the line. The home cinema has a darker feel with statement midnight blue walls, matching black-out blinds and wrap-around sofas, and eye-catching artwork which provide touches of colour.