Full Interior Design of a 6 bed family home in Clapham, London. The aim was to create a contemporary yet warm and playful family home that would go hand in hand with the new architectural layout. Keeping period features throughout most of the Victorian home except for the new basement level where a more modern space was created. Made sure to retain a harmonious flow throughout the whole house with use of colours and engineered floorboards linking everything seamlessly.
Interior Design by Laura Lakin Design
Architecture by Dust Architecture - http://www.dustarchitecture.com
Kitchen Design by Tom Howley - https://www.tomhowley.co.uk
Photography by Juliet Murphy -http://www.julietmurphyphotography.com
A beautiful 5 bedroom period house in Balham, South London - designed for clients with discerning taste who were looking to add warmth and elegance to their recently acquired home. The house had already been done up by a developer but it lacked personality and style - our clients decided to retain the kitchen and bathrooms but alter the remainder of the house, including a studio in the garden which was converted into a more contemporary entertainment/media space. A carefully selected combination of antique and bespoke furniture throughout.
Redesign of a 1950s house in Canonbury, North London for a young professional couple. The concept for the interiors was inspired by the house itself but also by the couple's mid century and industrial objects and furniture. A balance of mid century style with industrial elements and a timeless quality - with a contemporary palette of whites, greys and darker greys.
Part 2 (ground floor with kitchen & living areas) to follow.
Complete reconfiguration and design of a 2 bedroom loft in Hackney, East London. Predominantly monochrome palette. Clean lines, minimal but with softer textures and luxurious details. Industrial style windows incorporated to allow more light to travel throughout and create a sense of openness.
Altered layout and redesign of a three bed Victorian family maisonette in Brixton, South London. Quirky patterns inspired in part by the art deco period, unusual design features and a fresh palette of blues and greens alongside more classical neutral tones run throughout this family home - giving it a much needed boost and resulting in an original family home.
Redesign of a Grade II listed Victorian flat in Dalston, East London for a young professional. Rich, warm atmospheric colours in keeping with the period property and interesting design features throughout.
Complete renovation and redesign of a two bed flat in Ravenscourt Park, West London. Wanted to create a space that felt like an escape from the hustle and bustle of London with French inspired, elegant interiors and quirky details that reflected the flat's original shape and layout.
Updating a small 2 bed flat on the top floor of a period property in Notting Hill, West London. The flat had already been modernised by previous owners but it felt a bit dark and small so we made a few changes that would embrace the flat's style and layout but make it a little more contemporary and fresh with a mid century, Scandinavian influence.
Artwork (master bedroom):