Case Study

How to double the space in a narrow room in a listed building

The third bedroom is long and narrow, englobed by a rounded wall and a 4 meters high ceiling. An ideal space to divide, fitting a bespoke wooden mezzanine (that can be uninstalled when necessary). This extension turned the room into a multifunctional space: sleeping and reading on the top and working and dressing on the ground with built-in storage such as shelves, cabinets, and drawers, as well as a vanity area with a mirror and seating to finish the scheme. The natural look given by the honey-colored wood has been emphasized by a sophisticated green velvet and a South American prairie patterned fabric all by Pierre Frey.

How to add a dressing room in the master bedroom

The client needed a wardrobe without having to dedicate a whole room for it. Conceiving a dressing room to your master bedroom is a great way to increase the functionality and luxury of your space. It can also be a smart investment if you plan on selling your home in the future. The accepted proposal has been to add a walk- through dressing area with bespoke cupboards reaching up to the ceiling on the back of the sleeping and sitting area of the spacious room.

How to conceive an elegant kitchen area in the spacious dining room

A bespoke stylish semi-island with a brass finish and storage is the perfect combination of beautiful design and functionality. Plenty of built-in storage and custom cabinetry transform a simple large dining area into a luxurious and functional space.