Property Styling, Interior Design, Relocations and Renovations

Brinkin Terrace

Although this property was in immaculate condition when I first visited, the interior was dated and sported some of those colours that immediately made you think of the 80’s!

A complete kitchen renovation was the first design task – and what a renovation it was! We started by removing part of the dividing wall between the kitchen and the dining area. This created an opening large enough to design a generously sized stone breakfast bar. The old light-coloured floor tiles were removed, not only from the kitchen area but from the majority of the ground floor. These were replaced with large parquetry style porcelain tiles . Although a bit tricky to lay when all the walls are not quite square, they look magnificent and really add a sense of warmth and luxury to the space.

The main cabinets are finished in a soft white 2 pack, which blends beautifully with the Caesarstone countertops and splashbacks. The end of the kitchen features a flush induction cooktop with concealed rangehood, and the contrasting charcoal-coloured cabinets provide a focal point to the space. Bespoke curved cabinets, recessed cabinet lighting, gold fittings and timber fans provide little of touches of luxury throughout.