Bramham Gardens is 40 square metres comprising kitchen/dining/sitting room, one bedroom & shower room.
Walls were knocked out to create one space for the kitchen/dining/sitting room and make movement around the apartment as easy and comfortable as possible. Surfaces in a palette of neutral, light tones in a variety of materials and textures create a visual perception of space – polished plaster is a favourite as this material reflects light. A common misconception is that the fewer pieces of furniture and features you have in a space – the bigger it looks, says Irina Townsend In fact the more zones and features you have the more it creates a perception of different spaces within one room. It is all about the right proportions of furniture, the right fabrics and the right lighting. In this room every cm of space has been cleverly utilised so that it doesn’t appear cluttered. Splashes of colour have been introduced through the use of soft furnishings.
The bespoke kitchen cabinetry was designed by Keir Townsend and made to order by their joinery specialists… Splashbacks are in antiqued bronze mirror glass with safety backing and polished edges. Dining table and chairs and chandelier are all bespoke and were commissioned by Keir Townsend. The floor is tiled in textured ceramic tiles designed to look and feel like wood, providing a continuous practical flooring material that runs from the kitchen to the seating zone into the corridor and the bathroom.
Monochrome colours and a variety of textures and finishes have again been used to create a feeling of space in this relatively small but luxurious bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Every inch of space has been cleverly utilised to create maximum storage. Leather floor tiles add to the feeling of luxury.