Our homify 360° discovery for today comes from Bath, where Latham Interiors took control of a house built all the way back in the 1880s – so, as you can probably, guess, a modern touch was required.
But apart from a brand-new look, what was implemented in this refurbishment? Well, the house (which formerly had a separate dining room, kitchen and ground-floor bathroom off the kitchen) was opened up, reducing the footprint to the bathroom to leave a contemporary water closet.
Let’s take a look at the finished results…
Adding roof lights and bi-fold doors improved the levels of natural light in the space, as well as provide a vista from the far end of the kitchen, through the dining space and out into the re-landscaped garden.
And we all know how important detailed touches are – just glance at that terrifically patterned wallpaper adorning the dining space!
The classic style of the open-plan dining area spills over into the kitchen, where adequate countertop space and a healthy dose of sunlight ensures more than ample charms when it comes to cooking time!
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The importance of patterns and colours are carried through to the more private areas of the house, as we can see in this bathroom. A stone-grey palette gives the warm and earthy tones of the kitchen (and dining area) a rest, as both wall- and floor tiles bring about some eye-catching motif.
To save on floor space, the second bathroom makes use of clever touches, such as the wall-mounted vanity that appears to be floating, as well as soft-hued colours against which the incoming natural lighting can bounce delightfully around.
And would you look at that elegantly curved tub? A striking design feature that definitely ensures this bathing space is a cut above the rest.
Shall we scope out a few more images?
Up next on our viewing list: see why This thatched home has a surprisingly modern interior.