A large, wonderfully light, but very tired first-floor apartment within a beautiful Clifton house in one of Bristol’s best locations is the first home for a young professional woman keen to combine her love of tradition with modern luxury.
The main investment in the renovation was to update the lacklustre kitchen and dreary living room. Central to the kitchen is a beautiful bespoke olive ash dining table and benches. Around this, the teal-coloured kitchen is designed to expose a large and formerly partially hidden window, and create a coffee nook. Removing taller cupboards in favour of shelving above the main workspace allows scope for display, and newly created symmetrical storage either side of the fireplace hides a large pantry, fridge/freezer, washing machines and boiler.