In the heart of South West London this contemporary property had a full re-fit installing a range of bespoke concrete work to complement various spaces around the house. The kitchen features a custom island, worktop and matching splash-back. The handleless white units with brass detailing and matching Vola Taps/Accessories are complemented by the striking colour and thickness of our polished concrete.
Continuing through to the living room, there is a bespoke fire hearth and shelf counter spanning over five meters in length. Manufactured in two pieces this concrete counter enhances the feature wall with its overwhelming presence. Matching units and brass detailing combined with the same concrete thickness compliment the kitchen and keep a sense of fluidity throughout the property.
Following the brass detailing motif to the bathroom, we installed a white ‘Kern’ Kast Concrete Basin and matching bespoke shelf. The stunning combination of colours creates a bright, freshly modern space, perfect for a modern but classic bathroom.
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3. Focus on the floorBoost the character of your plain kitchen by choosing an interesting floor surface. Patterned tiles are a good option, and they come in a range of different styles and colours, so there should be a design to suit your scheme. The owners of this kitchen have gone for a geometric pattern that adds a colourful, textured area below the white cabinets.
5. Freshen upKeep a light space feeling airy by going for a simple pattern in a pale shade. The white cabinets in this space have been complemented by a stunning geometric pattern on the floor. The design adds interest to the space without taking away the fresh feel of the room.
Shape up with geometricsIf you wanted a cool, trendy bedroom in the ’80s a geometric design on your duvet would do the trick. The bold creations of the Memphis Design movement, with its vivid colour palette and strong forms, prompted many copycat creations. Zigzags, triangles, stripes and hexagons were everywhere, and looked fab in both bold primary colours or bright pastels. Geometrics are popping up all over the place right now, with accessories and textiles embracing the trend for bold shapes. But some of the most interesting ways to play with shapes at the moment are on walls and floors. The hexagonal tiles on this floor have a white corner, which creates an interesting, stunning pattern.Find out how hexagonal tiles will look great in your home