Posted by Alessa at Friday, September 15th 2017, 00:18:28 AM
'When we moved here, we painted throughout, but then resolved to wait before making any big changes,' say the homeowners, who bought the house back in 2007. Eight years later, when they were thinking their third daughter, they wanted more space, so they resolved to add an extra bedroom. It made sense to look at how they utilized the whole house and reconfigure some other units of it at the same time.
As the kitchen is at the back of the house, the homeowners resolved to place bifold doors across the end wall to open it up to the garden. There was a little‐utilized terrace to the side of the kitchen, so they constructed a snug in its place with an extra bedroom on top. And to make some harmony and flow to the room, they chose ceramic tiles that seem like wood and laid a new floor throughout the downstairs.
There was a good configuration inside the kitchen, but the doors and wall tiles seemed too country. The solution was to adjust the cabinets to a tone that will complement the flooring. The homeowners discovered a corporation, ProSpray London, which, after a site survey, sprayed the carcasses in the space, while the doors were taken away and sprayed off‐site. It was a surprisingly quick and easy process.
The kitchen was looking much better, however it was still a piece uninteresting, so the addition of Moroccan tiles from Topps Tiles was perfect because they appended pattern and tone in tones that function with the space. The next step was to bring some fondness to the walls and, after a long search, the homeowners chose Dirtied by Farrow & Ball.
Now the changes are complete, the family feels really successful to have this sophisticated kitchen and living room, and they spend most of their time in this portion of the house.
A teal blind and orange Eames‐style chairs equip a marvelous hit of tone in the airy kitchen‐diner. The wood‐effect flooring is a smart choice – it looks so true that you would not know it’s really ceramic tiling until you touch it. Easy to care for, ceramic tiles are well fitted to high‐traffic areas and there’s no require to fret about twisting floorboards or water seeping down the cracks.
The homeowners needed some constructed‐in storage and arrived up with the inspiration of a unit that goes around the doorway to the snug – it has built a really striking feature, with cabinets to conceal the more functional items that they do not desire to arrange. The unit is bespoke and was constructed to suit the exact dimensions of the room.
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