#5 is located in the heart of Edinburgh, close to the old town. Constructed in the early 1900's, this typical Scottish tenement building has a beautiful, brown, stone facade. The flat itself is very compact and in order to maximise the usable area, the existing kitchen has been converted into a single bedroom. A strong and warm colour scheme is selected to furnish the flat. A cleverly designed dining table is blended into the wooden feature wall in order to provide a flexible dining area within the living space.
Colour is the best way to reflect ones personality. The owner of the bedroom is changing from a girl to a young lady. She doesn't want the room dominated by only soft feminine pink but also some elements of peace and loyalty, so blue is used to balance both characteristics for the room. To emphasise the contrast colours of blue and pink, silver wallpaper is used to reconcile both colours.
Having an extra room is always an indulgence to someone who is constantly seeking extra space in their home. The lady of the house has a big plot of land in her backyard. With a teenage daughter living under the same roof, she sometimes find it's difficult to have her own space. The summer house is designed as her private retreat whenever it suits her without leaving her own premises.
17 / 03 / 2019
FREE full design package for 10 qualified clients.
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Tal'Kir, the first houseboat interior fit out project.
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