On this page you will discover some of the projects I have worked on. Each project will show you the stages before any design work was carried out, during the design process and after the design was executed. I work closely will all of my clients to ensure each space is made practical, minimal and in line with the clients desired vision. You can find more of my work on my instagram: @myhousemyhome101.
01 | South West, London.
My client had the perfect vision but needed a hand with seeing how it would all come together. Using the blue 3 seater sofa with elegant gold accents as the focus, I worked with my client to enhance its beauty by adding subtle white panelling and cream/white sofa tones within the decor. I upholstered the bay window with cream fabric and complimented it with blue cushions to communicate with the sofa.
02 | Essex, UK.
This is my Home Office/Dressing Room. Since we all began Working From Home it became essential to have a designated space to work from in order to still give yourself the feeling of separating your life from your work. I had a corner in my spare room that was full of storage items. I thought, why not turn this into a desk nook. I added panelling for aesthetic and a cosy chill corner to retreat for breaks. On the opposite side of the room I have our mirrored wardrobes which gives the illusion that the space is much bigger! I pride on practicality and giving spaces a purpose.
03 | Essex, UK.
This is a transformation I designed for my bathroom. I wanted to add a touch of class with elements of black and add a fitted mirror, in order to make the bathroom feel bigger and brighter. Now, I am huge on saving costs and budgeting so, I used PVC tape to up-cycle and create a crittall screen effect on the shower screen (see instagram REEL/HIGHLIGHTS). I then used the Rustoleum brand spray paint to paint the toilet roll basket, toilet brush holder, hand towel holder and toilet roll holder black. Now, imagine how much money I saved doing that?! This project is still in progress and will be revealed in the near future.
04 | Stratford, London.
Loft Conversion Bedroom.
From a 3 bedroom 1 bathroom house to a, 5 bedroom 2 bathroom home - Loft Conversion. Here, I worked with my client on Bedroom 4 to design a 'cosy', 'neutral' room that provided adequate storage solutions and a space to work from home. Often, loft conversions have limited space so practicality was the key in this. From the upholstered ottoman bed frame, to the wardrobes. The mirrored wardrobes allowed the reflection of natural daylight into the room therefore giving the illusion of it being a bigger room. The desk has a multi-purpose, allowing my client the dual purpose of working from home and getting dressed.