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modern kitchen

Warm whites, modern shapes, wide wood planks, light and dark stone, black architectural elements, brass finishes, smart storage systems, functional, elegant design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

Construction drawings, sketches, simple renders, ff&e schedules, reflective ceiling plans, elevations, project management, oversee construction, daily site visits

It’s often the small details that make the big picture.
— Proverb

London Home - Brief was to create a calm, sophisticated living room and master bedroom.  Client had beautifully curated prints and textiles which we incorporated into scheme. 

Vibrant London Apartment

 

 

Responsible for sourcing furniture, designing soft furnishings, spatial layout and colour recommendations.  Created a fun, inviting space for a dynamic couple who enjoy entertaining. 

 
Listen to the music of your own heart and trust the passion that flows within every note.

Residential EDESIGN 

  • The brief was to remotely design a scheme for a family holiday home abroad.  The family wanted a bright, beautiful home in keeping with their traditional Majorcan villa.  The design was inspired by the clients love of the colorful Mediterranean sunsets falling into the vivid blue sea. I brought in Moorish/Moroccan elements and the use of metallics to give the home a modern, eclectic feel. 
  • This project was done with Vectorworks, SketchUp and Photoshop. 
 Perspective - Sketchup & Photoshop

Moodboard: Mallorcan Villa (clockwise from top right)

  1. Moroccan Lamps: moroccanbazaar.co.uk
  2. Bookcase: rhythmbydesign.com
  3. Assorted Cushions: etsy.com 
  4. Moroccan Pouffe: moroccan-pouffe.com
  5. Rug: funkyrugs.co.uk
  6. Side Table: westelm.com
  7. Rattan Chair: ikea.com
  8. Gold Side Table: lofthome.com
  9. Picasso Print: Johnlewis.com
  10. Curtains: Anthropologie.com
Copy of Copy of Transient

BATHROOM RENOVATION PROPOSAL - Utilized SketchUp & Photoshop to produce relatively quick mood boards and visuals. 

Brief was to create a bathroom that suited a couple with varying tastes.  One partner wanted a very strong graphic statement whilst the other wanted a softer more glamours bathroom.  By combining elements of both of their individual aesthetics, I created a design through use of varying marbles and stones that would suit both. 

WAREHOUSE CONVERSION PROJECT