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Georgian Townhouse

I am very pleased to be able to recommend Annie. She took the time to get to know me and discover what was important to me.  Annie was able to insightfully pick up on my preferences and attuned her suggestions and ideas to ones she felt would suit me, always careful to ensure it was what I liked and what would fit around me and my family. I felt my needs for the project and taste in design were respected and taken into consideration.​ The final design was presented to me as a 3D walk-through and Annie had done even more than I'd expected. She had taken the design brief and used her knowledge and design skill for ideas to use the space I never would have thought of.   She ended up virtually transforming the whole ground floor giving me the ability to see the potential  in a practical and aesthetic sense.   I can see I would have missed out if I had opted for my own ideas to transform the space.  I will certainly take a lot away from having worked with Annie.
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Lucy Hewitt


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Knock through for new kitchen and dining area

Lucy's 3 storey 1700 townhouse, is full of charm and character.  Grade II with original fireplace, spiral staircase, casement windows and tiny kitchen.  The plan was to knock through the kitchen wall for open plan kitchen/diner but maintain the integrity of the building.  Lucy asked me to her show her images of the original features intact, the internal wall removed and the overall space potential so she could see the new design.

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Lucy can now see a view of the internal wall removed, new kitchen design at one end and preserved original features at the fireplace end.  As usual in very old houses there are many building challenges such as a large internal curve (next door's spiral staircase) in the new kitchen, so new units had to curve 90 degrees around the corner. Bit of a challenge,  but easily within the ability of modern kitchen designers.