Transform the interiors of a seaside holiday home by brightening up the colour schemes, updating worn out furnishings and creating a welcoming yet fun and vibrant ambience.
Family friendly practical spaces ideal for larger families with younger children who may need to spend time indoors during wet weather.
- Retain flooring, bathrooms and kitchen
- Retain dining suite, beds, cabinets, chests and wardrobes
- Repurpose other items as required such as coffee table and side tables
- Source new sofas, rug, window dressings, linens, kitchen ware, etc.
I was engaged for this project to create a happy house for holiday-goers by retaining most of the existing fundamental elements, such as flooring and fixtures, and keeping the design and layout of the property the same.
I created the interior schemes by re-using most of the existing furnishings just adding new rugs, a pair of sofas, fresh bed linens, some full-length curtains and just the right amount of finishing touches.
It is amazing what a difference a good de-clutter and tidy up can do for a place, repainting the tired interior using lots of white, and then re-hanging the pictures in all the right places – and at the right height.
A successful transformation of this two-storey tired property into a charming seaside holiday home by using plenty of colour to create a lively home with a welcoming ambience.