Space remodel | Open plan living and kitchen

This is a total remodel of the downstairs floor in this traditional mid ’30s corner house. The original layout – living room, corridor, downstairs toilet and kitchen/dining room – was completely redesigned and transformed into a contemporary semi open plan space.

Fluid, versatile & elegant were the keywords to make it come true. The colour scheme is the signature that defines the space. Large windows with plenty of light allowed for an impactful Peacock from Flamant to drench walls, doors, trim and ceiling to be painted in the same colour.

Structural works for an open plan kitchen and living room remodel
Major structural works were required. Partition walls were demolished and downstairs toilet was removed to transform the space into an open plan.
Contemporay, minimalist semi open plan living room and kitchen with engeneered wood and teal walls. Green velvet Agatha sofa by Arlo and Jacob
colour scheme for living room with green velvet sofa, walls and trim painted the same colour
This wall was partially rebuilt to hide the cooking area, while visually delineating the living space and offering a backdrop for a stylish sofa.
Minimalistic mid century modern scheme for living room with walls, ceiling and trim in the same colour. Decorative mirror chrome ball pendant light, original black factory pendant light
The dining area is delineated by the height and colour of the ceiling.
Mid century modern sideboard styled with vintage FM radio and artbook and reclaimed wooden chair. Walls and trim in the same teal paint
A stunning teal was the bold choice to give character and elegance: it embraces the walls, part of the ceiling and of the furniture, pulling the whole space together with a sensational result.
Handmade wooden cubes with soft edges, vinyl storage, boho decor for living room with vintage anglepoise desk lamp in olive green
Bespoke wooden cubes offer stylish storage for the vinyl collection and art books.
Home cinema screen on white wall
The partition wall was kept bare. It turns into a wall to wall home cinema screen.
Contemporary living room decor with minimalistic mantlepiece and green velvet sofa
Reclaimed french dresser, painted in french grey on walls, door and trim in the same colour, teal paint
A traditional dresser was revamped as focal point to the exposed storage area. Scaffolding shelves will add a contemporary touch while offering storage and space for quirky display of some unconventional d├ęcor.