When Kate Watson-Smyth and her husband bought this beautiful 19th century Victorian house in London, it was containing two separate apartments. At first sign the property was not in perfect condition but the new homeowners designed to spend some time on the house interior design in order to improve its appearance. The walls between the apartments were demolished and thus a spectacular spacious area opened its brilliance for new designer ideas. In order to preserve the authentic outlook of a Victorian home, Mrs. and Mr. Smyth used light colors with playful accents for the interior.
By the time when some parts of the house were still in reconstruction process, the family placed planks of word on the floor so that they could find what is the space they have in their disposal.
The dining area in the house contains a real jewel. This is the old authentic table that Mrs. Smyth found in the local antiques shop. This fantastic piece of furniture fulfills the atmosphere with stylish appearance. In fact, it is not only a table, because underneath it contains two drawers that are used for napkins and other decorative stuff now.
For the rest of the house we have to say that it is something like “light transmitter”. The bright colors let the sunshine through all the place. A tin tile ceiling is acting like a reflector of light that is directed towards the kitchen.
One of the children rooms used to be a kitchen before. Since the new family decided that they do not an extra cooking place, they desired to transform it into a room for their son. Bright colors again are filling the space with joy and cheerful mood.
On the second floor, there are some bedroom situated. This is the place were the beloved guests of the home are welcomed. The interior is arranged with some low budget, yet stylish solutions like neat lamps from IKEA. The carpets on the floor are also one of the elements that attract the attention when you visit this level.
Mrs. Smyth had a problem. Because she is so keen on white interiors, she could hardly find her own self and she put some colorful accents in her home. Actually, she had some really nice ideas that she implemented in the design. Like the bathroom, for example. She used all her imagination so that this private space is not looking like an ordinary bathroom. A personal designer approach can be felt immediately when you see it and especially when you know Mrs. Smyth’s brilliant taste for design and her preferences.