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Teddington Town House

We worked on a number of rooms in this project.

The bathroom/dressing room was originally a shower room and dressing room with a hallway separating them and a boiler room at the end of the hall. By removing the separating walls and hallway and moving the boiler directly above to the loft, we created a large spacious area with freestanding bath, walk in shower and large dressing area. There was nobody overlooking the room so we could enlarge the windows making the view visible and the area lighter.

Carrara white floor tiles and worktop. Handmade Moroccan mosaic wall tiles,

bespoke shower screen, Samuel Heath taps, Victoria and Albert bath. Burlington toilet.

The client wanted a dressing room that felt like she was walking into a smart boutique showroom. We put her lovely bags on display and created an island to put clothes on when she was dressing. The island drawers open in both directions so that they can be opened from both sides of the dressing room.

The bespoke door handles are made of Walnut dropped in resin. They match the gorgeous solid Walnut that we used to create the cabinetry carcass. The internal drawers are solid Walnut with dovetail joints and the exterior is spray lacquered and easy to clean.

Pendant lighting over the island and vanity creates a fresh, light feel in the morning and some shadows and atmosphere at night.

The client really wanted to have fun downstairs but stay in-keeping with the house's Georgian roots. The sitting room, hallway and downstairs loo are a testament to this.

The sitting/breakfast room was originally separate dining and boot rooms. We adjusted the space and refurbished it entirely, cleaning up the floor, designing and picking the lighting and hanging the artwork. Creating a lovely light and airy finish.

The front room is a little more formal though the client had fun with the wallpaper at the same time managing to stay in keeping with the traditional style of the house. We designed it all with her and then we did all the decoration, adding a sideboard, hanging the Matthew Williamson wallpaper and picking and hanging the paintings.

Now the client had a lot of fun with the downstairs loo, again Matthew Williamson wallpaper, Samuel Heath chrome fittings and a Chrome radiator. The tiles are hand painted concrete and then porcelain coated. Finished off with a dark coloured toilet and sink.

We also decorated the hallway and polished up the existing tiles.