The works entail the renovation of 2 bedrooms on the first floor into a 1 master bedroom with an en-suite for a 2 storey late Victorian terraced house located in West Hampstead.
Our client had their master bedroom located in the loft space that was converted in 1980’s.
The brief was to relocate the master bedroom into the first floor for a shorter and easier travel when coming from the ground floor.
The existing layout on the first floor had 3 bedrooms and a master bathroom.
Our solution was to join 2 bedrooms together creating one big master bedroom with an en-suite in order to accommodate everything that the client requires in one area.
For the floor finish we removed the carpet and specified distressed engineered oak timber flooring with ‘old English’ stain making the floor look and feel 150 years old.
For the walls and ceilings we used light colour 'Farrow and Ball' paint throughout to give it modern look with a bit of traditional twist.
All the bespoke joinery done with white finish in order to bounce the light throughout the room.
This image shows the joint of the two room with new partition to accommodate the En-suite at the very back. the new partition kept rather simple and minimal to show that this is a new wall.
On the left hand side we used the space for extra storage at the top and drawers for cloths at the bottom.
We removed the old carpet and introduce distressed engineered oak timber flooring with ‘old English’ stain making the floor look and feel as it was originally - 150 years old.
This bespoke joinery item was designed to accommodate everything the client required with the master bedroom:
On the right hand side; make-up unit with a mirror.
At the middle; the client have the possibility to install any media/AV equipment they desire with shelves to display items from their travels and drawers at the bottom for storage.
On the left hand side; we have designed the wardrobe to answer their needs.
The client requested an extra big sink so we have used round semi recessed sink for the best use of space. since bathroom normally covered with tiles and the space under the sink is a waste space...we installed walnut units for extra storage and bring a bit of warmth to a sterile space.
We used mirror cabinets all the way to the ceiling to make the room feel much bigger than it is and also to maximise storage space.
This image showing the shower area.
Since the ceiling was so high, we reduced the height by 10cm and created ceiling niched to concealed the strip lighting. That feature has two purposes; one, is to was the feature wall with light and the second is to provide a soft light that’s not too overpowering when you get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom or just want to use soft lighting.