With Bohemia at the core, our designer layered tone, texture and shade to a wonderfully eclectic collection of design pieces. Our well traveled client was seeking some professional advice around updating the interior of her recently purchased inner city two bedroom terrace. Our client was clear on her aesthetic but needed guidance and options in selecting the right finishes, reworking the layout and selecting colours.
The project aim was to take inspiration from places like San Giorgio Mykonos with a Bo-Ho vibe by updating and resurfacing areas throughout to bring a cohesive flow, pale and natural timber palette quickly with cost efficiently.
Working within a 2 month time-frame the interior design, kitchen renovation, custom builtin bedroom wardrobes and flooring upgrades we resolved to be in-keeping with the charm of the original house.



Living room with a beige couch and dark timber coffee table

Bright white kitchen with a vase of flowers on the bench

Small living room with big open window looking out to courtyard

Two rattan chairs in the living room with an intricate hanging feature light

White fireplace with a mediterranean style mirror on the mantlepiece and an array of decorative pots on the floor

Bright sitting room with a cream set of drawers and a baby pink armchair

White bed with pink cushions and a painting on bedside table

Bedroom with white fireplace with a mirror on the mantlepiece and a brown pot on the floor

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