New Development, Alton, Hampshire
Complete furnishing lighting and styling of these new contemporary homes in Four Marks, Alton, Hampshire.
A vibrant, contemporary sitting room
We designed the open plan sitting room of this Hampshire property development to have a contemporary feel and broad appeal.
Designer furnishings are combined with matching fabrics. An interesting colour palette of teal and gold is carried through the scheme, from the soft furnishings to the styling and accessories.
Interlocking tables in black metal match with the sofa and other accessories with an industrial influence.
Glamorous fabrics and finishes for the master bedroom
The master bedroom has a luxurious feel, with soft metallics and pastel pink contrasted with sapphire blue.
Geometric curtains tone with the bed cushions, which in turn complement the artworks on the wall behind them.
A feature dressing table is styled with matching jewellery.
A funky guest bedroom design
The guest bedroom has a more youthful feel, with bright colours and strong graphic designs on the accessories.
Ladder bookcases in oak timber are used as an unusual alternative to traditional bedside tables. The bedside lamps and a variety of objects are arranged across the shelves, creating a bold and original look.
We were commissioned to dress this property as a show home for this six-unit development near Four Marks, Alton, Hampshire. We designed all of the furnishings, window treatments and lighting for this new contemporary home, with a scheme to appeal to the widest range of buyers, including younger buyers. We also styled and dressed the property for marketing.
In the entrance and main reception room, the scheme is based on a neutral backdrop, accessorised with statement lighting and striking accent accessories.
The master bedroom has an elegant and alluring design, intended to appeal to a broad range of tastes while still being relaxed and inviting. Furnishing includes a statement dressing table, jewel-like finishes and soft metallic accessories.
The second bedroom has a more playful feel, to create a different feel to the master while also suggesting use as a guest or child’s room. Ladder-style bookcases either side of the bed are an inventive alternative to bedside tables, as well as creating height in the furniture scheme. A bureau-style dressing table hints at flexible use of this room, perhaps also for home-working.
The kitchen and all bathrooms were dressed with complementary finishes and accessories. We also chose all of the artwork throughout the home.