A real gem in the centre of Clifton, this Grade II listed Regency house was lucky enough to have its original room layout and features intact when purchased by the current owners 2 years ago. The décor, however, harked back to the 1980s with a riot of peach, yellow and several different paint techniques.
Stage 1 of the house renovation creates three distinct but interlinked living spaces on the entry floor — jumping over listed planning hoops to allow a large, very tall opening to be fashioned between the kitchen and dining room. This opens up the front of the house with its three magnificent 3 metre tall sash windows.
The pared back, contemporary kitchen has been designed to ‘float’ within the detail of the room. Tall units hide a large pantry and refrigeration, and large amounts of storage are afforded by push-to-open discreet drawers throughout. The Arabescato Corchia marble gives a flamboyant feel in an otherwise plain and pared back space. Unusual contemporary light fittings different types of ambient light throughout the three rooms and the same paint colour was chosen for walls and woodwork.