1930s family home makeover

Kylie's 1930s house has undergone an extensive ground floor renovation.  All the rooms had been knocked through to create family open plan living.  The new Victorian style kitchen with marble worktops, range cooker and wonderful vintage style glass cabinet is literally the centre of the house. A characterful brick extension with sliding glass doors faces onto the beautiful garden.  

 Kylie contacted me as she was stuck about the front living room.  It had good features, a large bay window and a woodburner, but the room layout was a problem as there was no obvious space for a sofa. A decision was made to block up a hallway door unlocking the space for sociable seating.  We created a family gallery behind the sofa and installed shutters at the window.  Decor was minimal with a touch of industrial and lots of plants.  The room blends well with the kitchen and extension and is cosy, warm and stylish! 

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