Lindi Reynolds Interior Design was involved in this wonderful full house renovation project from beginning to the end. It is a great example of our in-house kitchen capability, which allows us to see any kitchen or bespoke cabinetry project through from beginning to the end.
‘The first thing to do with the Matham Road house was to remodel the internal structure of the house quite significantly. We did this by changing a few door openings and removing a few walls to create a better sense of flow throughout and to change the relationship between some of the rooms. Our client specifically wanted a strong sense of connection and ease of flow between the kitchen and the dining room. We achieved this by removing the wall between the two and instead designed the kitchen and dining room cabinetry to back onto each other, thereby creating the sense of two separate spaces with a short, open passageway between the two to act as a connector. This means that the spaces are separate, but connected at the same time.
By using the same colour palette between the two rooms (Farrow and Ball’s ‘Dove Tale’) we were able to unify the spaces and create the sense of warm calm that our clients were looking to achieve.
Cornicing was a new inclusion to this project. You can see it used here to make the cabinets seem to be one with the walls. It’s a clever trick which we use to create a greater sense of flow and visual harmony within a space.
All cabinetry was bespoke designed, specified, supplied and fitted by ourselves.’ says Lindi.
‘We are so pleased with the fabulous Kitchen and Dining Room that Lindi and her team designed and built for us. She worked incredibly hard to consider our design style, lifestyle, and space. Lindi worked in tandem and seamlessly with our overall house build project manager aiming at all times that any issues, snags and problems were dealt with as they arose – and with no need for us to be involved.We have a truly unique, liveable, stunning kitchen that we love and is the envy of our friends, family and neighbours!’
Sue Hall, Finance Director Historic Royal Palaces