Dream Country House With a Palette of Soft Greens and Warm Blues by
A family with three kids in school, decided to purchase the house while they were living in the Far East. The house had already been through a significant renovation, keeping many of the original features.
The project focused on linking the kitchen and orangery with panelled glazing. The cabinetry featured a vivid green with a darker island, while the orangery was painted in a soft pink to offset the natural light and views of the garden.
They employed a combination of soothing greens and cozy blues throughout the home in order to bring out the existing features and form a classic style that would be beneficial to both the house and the family for many years.
The family’s relocation from Singapore necessitated finding furnishings that were appropriate for the house in terms of style and size.
The initial design of the master bedroom featured two distinct bathrooms. They determined it was more practical to design one large bathroom with a wood floor, half-height walls in keeping with the downstairs, an enclosed shower and a standalone tub. To make the space more inviting, the vanity has rounded edges and the mirrors are accompanied by ample medicine cabinets.
By using space planning, it was determined that the solution to the former two separate dressing rooms was to create one room to suit the needs of both clients. This room was designed to be neither overly masculine nor overly feminine, and it contains a large, marble-topped central island, custom joinery and a corner desk that can also be used as a home office.