ABOUT THE PROJECT
The owners loved the design of the house and dreamed of creating a fun, welcoming, informal family home, but had no idea how to select colours or styles that worked together. They feared they would result in a grey, generic house that had no soul.
As part of the build process, we created drawings to support the architect’s plans, including lighting positions and built-in cabinetry, and guided them through the flooring, kitchen and bathroom selection process.
We created decor schemes for all principle rooms while keeping in mind their wish for a fun, vibrant, family-friendly home but also designing for both of their individual tastes.
Only a few months after moving into their new home, Maia and Adrian feel deeply connected to it. Friends and family are always welcome. Their open plan home, large garden, and comfortable home allow them to live the life they wanted, and I am certain they will do so for decades to come.
Punchy orange and pinks are accentuated by the deep green painted backdrop creating a striking contrast.
A flatweave woollen carpet runner adds interest to the oak stairway, linking colours in the kitchen to the bedroom. Touches like this help to make the vision of a fun, vibrant home a reality.
A soft grey wool headboard allows for pattern in the accessories. All set off by the calm blue-hued wall. These complementary tones help to create a beautiful yet relaxing scheme.
"The builders built us a beautiful house. Kate played a huge part in helping us to
make it a beautiful home. It feels organic, and like it is truly us through and through – Kate found a way to marry our styles to create a home that speaks to both of our personalities and works day to day for our young family"
— MAIA & ADRIAN, TWYFORD