This client had designed and built a ski chalet in Courchevel and required complete furnishing in time for the ski season. Working closely with the owners, we created a cohesive, urban/industrial meets ski chalet style throughout this six-bedroomed property. Photos courtesy of www.alpleisure.com Not only did we need to deliver on luxurious comfort and style […]
Creating an easy to manage, architecturally stylish garden from a small outdoor space. This garden was planned as a continuation of the living space, with Cotswold stone and timber echoing the interior of the house. A mix of levels, including raised beds and a lowered seating area, adds interest to a compact plot.
A redevelopment to sell – rural property, Gloucestershire Despite many viewings and its idyllic location, this village property was tired and dated and needed a complete overhaul. Sarah was contacted by the estate agents to see if her spatial planning and interior design skills and experience could turn this property around quickly, get it back […]
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A Style Infusion development – rural property in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire. The idyllic location of this property, together with the neglected condition of the building and gardens provided a challenging but potentially perfect investment opportunity.
The client was an extremely busy executive TV producer, looking for a rural property for his own use. We viewed the properties with the client prior to purchase. The manor house was to be stylish and ‘cool’, but with an elegant, comfortable feel to all rooms, whereas the barn was to be more eclectic and linear. […]
This project required the complete gutting and layout redesign of the client’s property, with building works, full electrical and plumbing renewal, furnishing and finishing.