Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Hanging horizontally striped wallpaper is a great way to make a space seem bigger.
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
A cleverly tiled shower cubical and made to measure shower screen combine to use all the available space in this awkward shaped bathroom.
Domestic Interiors
Parquet flooring adds warmth to this monochromatic scheme
Domestic Interiors
The use of wallpaper on doors and drawer fronts detract the eye from the awkward shapes of this small attic bedroom.
Domestic Interiors
Mirrored doors make this walk-in closet feel spacious and airy
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
A palette of straw and duck-egg blue is a chic and soothing combination for a relaxing bedroom.
Domestic Interiors
The bold patterns applied in this space distract the eye from the awkward contours of this small attic bedroom. Maximising every inch of space, the white faux leather sofa folds forward to reveal a hidden, built-in bookcase under the window ledge.
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Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Rich tones and soft textures create a warm welcome in this entrance hall.
Domestic Interiors
Kitchens are often the most lived in rooms and whilst they should be bright, clean spaces, they should not be too sterile looking. The addition of natural materials such as marble and wood add warmth and depth and will endure.
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
This study/music room is deliberately sombre, creating the perfect environment for concentrated tasks.
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors
Domestic Interiors