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“My lounge room is my haven, where I love to switch off and put my feet up”
- Anisha, Client
Enhance / Invite / Maximise
Our clients loved living in Highgate but were a little unsure if their current home was working for them. We gave them options to create a better flow internally and a more considered design that linked with each one of their needs. Opening the living and dining room created a connection with the two spaces allowing the family to move more freely through the ground floor spending more time together. The kitchen design was optimized for ultimate storage and space to make entertaining a joy.
The bedrooms were reconfigured to give the Master bedroom a small bathroom, with attention to lighting and storage that met the client’s requirements. Other spaces were re-designed to allow a first-floor utility which is key in a family home.
The garden, although limited in space was cleverly cut into zones allowing areas for morning coffees, kids play and dining.
A welcoming space
Our aim was to re-work the space to allow the family to gather.
They now enjoy spending time cooking and socialising and watching the kids play.
We listened to their every need, understanding how they wanted to experience their home. It reflects both their styles – traditional vs industrial.
A colour palette of jewel heritage tones mixed with earthy shades, the property hosts a relaxing, stylish and eclectic feel throughout. Featuring accents of modern industrial lighting and furniture in black and brass, with pops of chartreuse on the ground floor and dusty pinks in the bedroom.
It’s wonderful to have created their forever home.
"We had a wonderful experience working with Carmelina and her team. They have a talent for taking your ideas and expanding on them to create a stunning home. Always inspiring you to do something different, based on your initial vision, whilst being mindful of your budget. Their dedication to ensuring your happiness goes above and beyond. I look forward to the opportunity to work with KEMSI again in the future.
— Anisha and Jay, Highgate
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