With a brief to maximise natural light, using soft and neutral colours, but with a quirky twist, Day True reconfigured this Chelsea apartment loft space, sticking to the client’s budget, yet not sacrificing on high-quality design.
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Not wanting the kitchen to be a focal point of the living area, Day True opted for a handle-less look with pocket doors in the same shade as the walls to blend the kitchen in seamlessly. A marble worktop and splashback adds a touch of character, yet remains neutral and complements the interior of the room.
Positioned to make the most of the expansive views over London, an integrated banquette completes the dining area to maximise storage opportunities in the compact space.
Soft furnishing in pops of blue, pink, green and yellow finished the living room, adding a playful and contemporary twist.
Originally located outside the property down a set of stairs, the new wetroom is contemporary with a pastel and monochrome scheme. With storage a key consideration, a large wall-hung vanity unit stretches almost the entire length of the bathroom.
A hidden cupboard was positioned above the WC, making the most out of the otherwise dead space above the cistern. Open shelving allowed for the client to add a few personal touches and a large Crittall style shower screen was used to zone the showering area.
Soft, modern pastel colours create a sense of calmness, while a large roof light lets plenty of natural light flood through the top floor apartment.
At Day True, Kitchens start from £25,000/Bathrooms start from £8,000/Bedrooms start from £8,000.