The occupant of this bijou bedroom had requested pink for the colour scheme, so we chose to half paint to walls and offset with a yellow accent stripe and sweet animal portraits wallpaper. The drawers were customised with yellow paint and ceramic knobs for vintage feel, with black and white gingham blinds.
A small extension and reconfiguration of the doorways in this room allowed a much larger kitchen to be installed in closer proximity to the utility, allowing best use of both spaces. A calm and neutral scheme which would age gracefully was called for, so oak was chosen for the floor and cabinets, and a colour scheme of dirty pink and bright blue employed to link the pantry, kitchen and dining areas in a cohesive palette.
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This guest room is immediately visible from the top of the stairwell so it was important to create an inviting focal point through the doorway. Taking the bold wallpaper as a starting point for the tonal scheme in green and blue, which incorporates lush velvet and classical features as a counterpoint to the graphic wallpaper, created a dynamic and layered feel.
Upper Floors, 89 Bancroft,
Hitchin, Herts SG5 1NQ