Project Type: Design
Description: two-bed 1960s dwelling
InSpace worked with architect Paul O’Farrell on the renovations of this 1960s artisan end of terrace redbrick. Split into many smaller rooms for student accommodation, the home felt dark and dated. The client wanted to open up the building but was wary of having a large space that didn’t feel intimate or cosy. InSpace strategised to zone the larger areas into smaller ones using paint, furniture and lighting. The clients love for art and music was given priority, and Emily used these passions to personalise the home and inform the furniture selection. A microciment floor was used across the whole area to provide unity and warmth.
“Emily really gave us the confidence to be brave and bold with our finishes, and without her we probably would have chickened out. We are so glad we didn’t, and that we had Emily on board with us all the way. InSpace provide a very professional design service. I’d have no hesitation recommending Emily, especially if you’re looking for something a bit different .” – Home Owner