Mark Zudini and I enjoyed the challenge of converting the client’s late parents flat into an exciting change in her life. This was an “out with the old and in with the new” project.
We achieved a forward-looking modern nest in which the much-travelled client could return. Here she can luxuriate on the Maxalto circular daybed (with room for the dog and a good book) or entertain friends. at the long, long oak table by James Ransley of Whetstone Oak. B&B Italia – not for nothing my go to suppler – either filled in the gaps with D’s furniture which she had tired of and could not believe their new life or supplied new items by liberal use of colour. Tibor Fabrics supplied textured textiles which added pizazz.
We designed in Crittal screens which replaced walled narrow corridors and created instant light and sophistication to what had been a typical 70s development.
I was phoned last week by our client (“was I the most difficult” she asked) to say how arriving home from visiting one daughter in Australia, that she was filled with joy of being home!! That is what we try to achieve!