I’m so honoured to have a piece written about me and some of my work published in this year’s Interior Design Yearbook 2020!
It features a ground floor and kitchen extension I completed for returning clients in Clapham, South West London. I was tasked with refurbishing their double reception room and kitchen side return extension in their Victorian terrace house. They wanted a calming space, but with a shot of colour and interest. The walls and units are therefore neutral, allowing the blue island and gorgeous blue geometric wall tiles of their splashback to shine. The kitchen was supplied by Roundhouse design who I worked with closely to achieve this bespoke look. To add a sense of luxury to the dining area wallpaper and faux fur throws were used, together with the artwork and brass wall lights. This linked very successfully to the lounge beyond where the same wallpaper was used to add some sheen to the chimney breast, together with new furnishings and a re-upholstered chaise.
It’s on sale with WHSmiths and published in conjunction with the British Interior Design Association.