Chic Home Office Interior Design

The conservatory of this Victorian property had been a misused space for many years. It is often the case in smaller homes where space is premium. The room had never reached its full potential.

It was time to change this. The brief - Our clients requested a home office, and in doing so retain the elegance of the Victorian style conservatory and incorporate a London theme. Storage was also essential.

Although the room had great potential there was limited wall space with only the outer house wall, now the office wall, available for ceiling to floor storage and desk. We gathered inspiration from the black and white floor tiles already present, and keeping it light, we introduced Cityscape ‘Londinium’ wallpaper from Graham & Brown to meet the London theme brief.

Fitted furniture for contemporary edge - desk and storage units, above and below eye level with white high gloss draw fronts. We collaborated with Bravo London, for these.

We suggested ‘bringing the outside in’ by installing roller blinds in a monochromatic leaf printed fabric from N V Blinds to reflect the small cottage garden at the rear. These allowed maximum light, and added movement to the otherwise contemporary and urban feel of the bespoke furniture.

Task Lighting which added pops of colour were purchased from John Lewis and accessories to match. Storage was a necessary priority necessary for our client. By locating neutral coloured boxes from the The Holding Company to ground the scheme the brief and effect was fulfilled.

The result was stunning and refreshing.