Cadw Cottages

I was asked to update a large bathroom in a traditional style cottage so we used traditional floor tiles and tongue & groove panelling combined with contemporary colour palette and fantastic herringbone mosaic tile splash back.

The cupboard was custom made to flow with the panelling and shelves and traditional touches – wall lights and towel radiators finish the look.

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Restaurant for Milford Haven Marina. Inspiration boards and designs for new restaurant/cafe inMilford Haven Marina – opening Summer 2017

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Saundersfoot House. This is a Victorian five bedroomed holiday home for a family. I worked out a brief with the client and we agreed on a sophisticated and relaxed coastal theme that reflected both the property’s near-sea location and the family’s love of the coast.

The eldest daughter, was very specific about her requirements – her room was to be fit for a pink princess! I created a theme that respected her wishes and had to accommodate a double and single bed for extra guests.
The younger daughter was less specific about her room so I suggested a county woodland theme in soft colours which carried through to high quality detailing such as the woodland creatures curtain fabric with matching patchwork quilts for the bunk beds and painted furniture.

I was able to use some beautiful coastal themed linen fabrics for the curtains and blinds throughout the house with complementary poles and some great headboards.

The kitchen was just refreshed with new lighting, worktop and tiles and painting the dining furniture.

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Southsea House. A five bedroomed property within the town walls of Tenby. The client wanted to illuminate the home with as much light as possible.
We agreed that soft neutral tones would achieve this whilst careful selection of highlight colours and fabrics would bring a warm welcoming atmosphere to the property. Beautifully embroidered linens bring luxury and elegance to the main bedroom, whilst sea-green tones and a linen headboard bring warmth to an attic bedroom.
A pale blue bedroom at the rear of the property is flooded with afternoon light so full length voile curtains and blackout lined pinstriped curtains were both enhance the natural light yet can block it out when the occupants wish to retire early on a bright summer’s evening.

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Tenby Boutique B&B. Careful thought was given to achieving a chic look for guests looking for something a little out of the ordinary for a special break which has been particularly achieved for the new luxury eco garden cabin. In a world of corporate hotel rooms, creating something that is a ‘cut above’ the uniformity of the modern hotel design, both stands out in internet listings and creates an atmosphere in which guests are happy to while away time.

This approach has been particularly successful in increasing low season occupancy rates when guests may want to spend only part of their days ‘out and about’ and has worked well in building customer loyalty for the guest house.

A welcoming lounge also provides a welcome facility for guests wishing to avoid the corporate hotel style of break.

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