Detached village family house

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A working collaboration between me, Marcus and Grace, who with their new baby recently moved from Bristol into this detached home in a traditional Wiltshire village.  The light and spacious house standing in its own wrap around garden was in need of an update. The brief was for a contemporary, but practical family home.  They were looking for living room interior designs to include the dual aspect living/dining room with its black granite fireplace and the essential kitchen restructure,  re-siting the downstairs cloakroom under a new hallway staircase  and renovations to master bedroom and en-suite and family bathroom.  

Our final colour palette was a vibrant mix of grey and blue for the whole house.  The focal point black granite fireplace in the living room helped to create a new/old style paired with vibrant teal, tan and navy furniture and accessories.  The new spacious French style kitchen was a mix of coastal grey,  dark blue, encaustic and subway tiles.   The WFH study aligned with dark blue and a pop of burnt orange.  The master bedroom interior design had fresh green accessories coordinating with  the ensuite in coastal grey with fresh green herringbone tiles.  Fresh and contemporary family home ready to go!

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Stiffkey blue

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Coastal Grey

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Notebook Orange

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