A renovation project where historic architecture and modern design are combined in a stylish way always makes me happy. In Bath, an interior designer renovated this 3-bedroom Victorian home with much care for the original architecture but also adding modern design in a respectful way.
The large open-plan living area on the ground floor includes two seating areas and a large pink and black kitchen in the new extension. Large windows and skywindows have been added to flood this room with light and with wonderful views over the garden. The hand-crafted kitchen has been finished with exceptional attention to detail, with Carrara marble worktops paired with brass fixtures and bespoke light fittings.
The master bedroom upstairs has floor to ceiling cabinets painted in a blue shade and wooden floors that have been washed in Danish Osmo oil to leave a soft finish. You’ll also find color in the bathroom with geometric floor tiles and a dramatic black ceiling. I love all the colorful touches in this home and of course the perfect blend between historic architecture and modern design.
photography by The Modern House