Town House Royal Crescent

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Our client passionately wanted her bespoke kitchen to make maximum use of a beautiful and well-lit garden room. Embracing flowing curves and breakfronts, Patrick’s design generated shadow lines to bring additional drama and energy into this unique space in the heart of Bath. A modern take on the Regency period style gently eased the room into a more contemporary living space.
The scheme drew the eye line from the dining room through the kitchen and into the view of the garden with the use of subtle colours and iridescent quartz work surfaces. Emphasis was provided through a solid hardwood coffee bar facing the garden providing a relaxing space whilst making the space inclusive to the different design elements.
An extensive refurbishment of one of Baths peerless Regency houses. This project allowed us the opportunity to create a curvilinear design for the kitchen in the new garden room. In conjunction with Boniti, who supplied all the flooring and the Everhot range, the whole exercise was a delight.

“We loved working with Patrick. We felt that he really listened to what we wanted.”

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