Our clients approached us in 2016 to help bring their charming 1930’s home into the modern world. The project spanned a period of two years transforming both the inside and outside of the home.
A family with children ranging in age from toddler to teenager, their brief was simple – a home that was practical, comfortable and easy to live in to suit their relaxed life style. The house itself was solid and well built so the structure needed little adjustment. Renovations were carried out upstairs to include a bathroom off the main bedroom. A masonry wall was removed between the dining and living rooms and replaced with a glass dividing wall to allow more light to wash through the downstairs area.
Our client wanted an elegant, eclectic look which would combine both modern and old pieces as well as family furniture and contemporary art. The surrounding garden was redesigned under the expert eye of Peter Fudge. Once shabby and unkept, the garden was transformed into a modern Mediterranean sanctuary incorporating a series of wonderful spaces for sitting and playing in.