Renovated Umhlanga property'. From single storey 'bungalow' to double storey French beauty. We were involved in all aspects, from designing the new home to choosing the finishes and decorating the home.
Rustic tiles and soft neutral finishes coupled with French furniture, give authenticity to this inviting room.
Open plan living at its best. Sage green doors open up into the lounge and dining area. It is a great space to entertain as all doors open onto the garden.
An imported French chandelier takes pride of place in this simple yet elegant dining room. The staircase balustrade is painted in the same soft sage green as the windows and doors, creating a unified flow throughout the home
Walk-in cupboards and bathroom combined to open up the space and create the ultimate in luxury and relaxation. The sea is visible from within the bath as well as from the window in the shower enclosure.
The old and new have merged seamlessly to create a lived- in feel whilst embracing the added space and the fresh new look of this lovely character home.
The wrought iron herb rack is repeated in the sage green pedestrian gate. Once again all the finishes are kept in the same shade of green and French simplicity creates a peaceful haven in this garden
Exposed ceiling trusses open up this huge master bedroom. The double doors lead onto a Juliette balcony with views of the sea beyond. The wrought iron chandelier creates a romantic atmosphere and bounces soft light onto the trusses at night.
The old bungalow before the onset of our renovation. Although it was a charming home with a lovely classical garden, the owners had run out of space for their growing family. They had a particular love for everything French and wanted to incorporate some French elements into the new home