To continue the Navy theme in the open plan lounge and kitchen, a large connecting wall was painted Hague blue. The large Bifold doors in the lounge already had blinds so the look was softened with floor length navy self spot curtains, matching pelmets on the other two windows and matching cushions for the two sofas.
To create a more cosy intimate area, I suggested a large rug for both sofas to sit on and a stunning footstool taking centre stage. Small tables were purchased for beside the sofas and a large basket chest to hide any toys that hadn’t made it back to the play-room. The room already had lots of spotlights so to create a softer light for evenings, two statement standing lamps were added. A ceiling shade was also sourced to compliment the look.
Mary Ann was keen to utilise the kitchen for a more social but stylish space for their extended family. To continue the theme, navy blue velvet chairs were sourced from Barker and Stonehouse and the kitchen was accessorised with table settings, canisters, chopping boards and accessories. Further canvases of the girls were used on the walls and the whole space was styled for Mary Ann, Paul and the girls to inspect.
I loved working on this space and it’s so nice to see the client’s faces when they get to see it completed,