Combining the home's traditional values with the contemporary style of my client, I blended copper, gold and brassy tones with bespoke units finished in Little Greene’s Jack Black. The client also wanted something striking on the back wall and they originally opted for a very pale pink but after a few conversations, I recommended this opulent Zoffany wallpaper which they immediately fell in love with.
"We are thrilled with our new bathroom which was designed and installed by Joel and his team. Joel gives 100% to his work, is approachable and professional ”.
— G & J from Barrow Upon Soar.
This was an amazing transformation carried out in Kibworth. The client wanted something different, on trend and ultimately functional. We worked alongside them for several weeks before they came to the final proposal and the finished product was worth every minute. We used the matt white doors with a stainless steel inlay handle, Silestone Cemento spa in 12mm thick, Spekva Safari Brasillica and Putty glass splashbacks finished off with the clients mustard features. I thank them so much for their business and look forward to working with them again.
“I can honestly say that from day one, his commitment to our project was outstanding. He inspired us from start to finish and his professional enthusiasm was to be admired”.
— D & A from Kibworth.
A simple yet effective look was achieved in this bathroom. The client was on a restricted budget which gave us the idea of complete simplicity. Combining a basic white suite with an understated metro tile boosted with anthracite grout achieved the look. A modern electric shower was key to this design so choosing the Triton Aspirante really set the bar here. Finished off with a feature mirror created the perfect space in this young couple's home.
"When carrying out our new bathroom, Joel managed every element for us and kept in contact to ensure all went smoothly and to our expectations. The finished product was just what we wanted and is now one of our favourite rooms in the house ”.
— J & L from Aylestone.
This design took shape following the clients admiration for a lifestyle room that complimented themselves. They wanted the look and feel of truly one off kitchen with all the functionality required. The walls around the larder units were brought forward to enclose the larders, this made them more integrated into the room. The idea for the breakfast bar came from wanting to keep all fascias uniform but not compromise on space. We used 800mm drawer units with 1000mm fascias to create an enclosed knee space which also maintained the consistency of balance. The larder unit to the left of the cookers is truly bespoke. We created a tall dresser unit fixed to the units either side and the bottom was a fully integrated dishwasher.
“...his attention to detail and creative flair blend really well with his spacial awareness. Joel has genuine passion for his work, and he gauges all of his clients well.”
— Stan K From Grace & Harmony Kitchens.