September 16, 2014

Contemporary Bishops Park Interior Design

Part of our service is interpreting a clients wants and needs in to actual products and an overall design.  It's one of the most fun parts of my job because it's a bit of a puzzle.  These clients wanted an interior design that was similar to their previous home (they loved the colours and the light) however they were now moving in to a very different kind of property.

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We didn't have double height ceilings with floor to ceiling windows, we have a bay window at one end of the room and a conservatory at the other - which means that we need to design the room to give the feeling of a light and airy space without using as much space.  As I said, it's a puzzle.

We picked products that had similar textures to the ones in the previous living area (that you can see above)  but everything had to be scaled down so that the portion was still good.  these were some of the initial thoughts we had of products that might be good for the overall design.

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You may be able to spot some of them in the finished design below.  We still wanted to keep the blues, slight coppers but decided to go with a lot more grey - doing the walls grey instead of white to give the rooms more warmth.

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The clients were very happy with how we interpreted the same design in to two very different spaces.  If you have a project you would like us to work o with you please don't hesitate to contact us

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