The Stickland Wright interiors team had the pleasure of working with Rachel on improving the space of her 2 bed, Grade 2 listed flat and maximising the 180-degree sea views with its Regency full width balcony. The existing plan had the kitchen located remotely from the living and dining room and the owners wanted an open plan flexible space where they could entertain. The layout Stickland Wright created responded to the brief by opening the space up in a way that sympathetically restored the layout, more akin to the original historic floor plan, which was approved by the local heritage team.
Our interiors team were able to sensitively insert a contemporary shower and steam room within the bedroom space, whilst still allowing the beautiful bay window and historic features to be retained. The master bedroom now boasts an impressive copper bath with a sea view, for that boutique hotel style. The design and materials used drew on a natural palette blending period charm with a relaxed modern vibe from the bespoke handmade kitchen and cabinetry by Square One Design and discreet technology throughout by Power Plant. All brought together beautifully by the talented team at Halcyon Building.