Marlpool House is an 18th-century inn with a number of historical extensions, which required a complete and sensitive renovation inside and out. Traditional building materials were used in the rebuilding of roofs, chimneys, walls and windows, and, internally, historical features were uncovered & restored and paired with a mix of modern & vintage furniture.
A contemporary terrace incorporating areas for dining, lounging and dancing was created at the rear of Marlpool House along with a modern formal corner garden. Low rendered walls were used to zone the terrace, provide shelter and to house planting, speakers & programmable lighting. A hardwood walkway leads to a dramatic chimney with a matching deck wrapping the terrace.
This 1970's house was extended at the front and rear and the ground floor layout was reconfigured to create a practical and impressive living and working space.
The aim was to emphasize the clean lines, good natural light and generous proportions typical of mid-century properties while adding texture, colour and character to create a welcoming family home.
A rear and loft extension were added to this Victorian townhouse and the property was fully renovated. Bespoke fitted furniture was designed throughout to maximise storage space and a light & airy base colour scheme was contrasted with statement walls, glamorous light fittings, fabrics and furniture to give a luxurious home suited to both family life and entertaining.