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Modern ethnic, Ashbourne

Annie has very patiently helped me to muddle through the different ideas I have in my head and come up with a concrete design for the whole downstairs of my house after a planned extension - something that is me. She patiently listens to my different family needs and came up with designs that is functional and yet beautiful at the same time. I was not 100% about the extension but after seeing what the new space blended into the old rooms could potentially look like, I am really looking forward to embarking on this new project. Thanks Annie!

Cynthia King

Ashbourne, Kent

See all the possibilities from every angle,
furniture, decor, lighting, accessories

Kitchen, dining, playroom
this layout works hard!

Cynthia's modern 1980s house didn't provide her growing teenagers with space for separate activities or common areas for family get-togethers. Plans had been agreed for an extension along the rear of the house and Cynthia asked me to create the internal design for the new kitchen, dining and TV area. 


Originally from Indonesia, Cynthia missed the light, airy feel of Indonesian houses and was keen to replicate this into the new design.  Focusing on Cynthia's Indonesian furniture, Ikat fabrics and original artwork against a neutral backdrop, we combined encaustic tiles in the kitchen with natural wood units, blending with the Indonesian dining set. The extension was transformed into Cynthia's longed for Indonesian style home.  It took  time to work out, but the journey was worth it!