Tableau Penthouse in Homes & Gardens

Our latest West End Penthouse is featured in Homes & Gardens! Read more here

The most significant challenge was redesigning the main living space. ‘The room we inherited was formal and inflexible with a symmetrical furniture layout, typical of a traditional design. Treating this space as a blank canvas, we analysed how it could be best used for both entertaining and everyday life, incorporating a flexible modular design. Whether hosting a large dinner party, enjoying sports, or relaxing, the space needed to be adaptable yet flow as one,’

‘With this project, we had the exciting challenge of adapting what many would consider to be a “completed” design – a show home ready to move into – and injecting it with the vivacity of the homeowner.’

The existing kitchen was reconfigured and enhanced. Dark stained oak cabinetry is teamed with metallic finished doors that complement the light oak island, bringing attention to the room’s centerpiece. Kitchen ideas included reconfiguring the long island with an open-end seated area to visually connect the kitchen and the family dining room, allowing the two rooms to flow as one. The stools were selected to create a casual relaxed seating area.

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