House in West London
A semi detached Victorian house which had been divided into two flats, one of which had not been lived in for fifteen years. This property which is situated on the bend of the road and consequently a near wedge-shape, needed careful redesigning. It was reconfigured to return it to a five bedroom family home. A first floor sitting room was made into a luxurious master bedroom with a walk through dressing area and large bathroom. Etched Victorian doors, removed from a chemists shop in Greenwich, were used to divide the areas with privacy whilst allowing light to flow between. Symmetry was introduced to the new ground floor kitchen by installing two entrances and a kitchen centred on a marble-topped island. Three further bathrooms were installed, one was squeezed into the top floor regularising two odd-shaped rooms and another, a perfect wedge, was tanked out to provide a spacious wet room.