Chiswick Family Home Shines in June 2024 Issue of Kitchens, Bedrooms, and Bathrooms

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Kitchen by Espresso, Chiswick Family Project 

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Kitchen by Espresso, Chiswick Family Project 

 In the article “How to Choose a Kitchen Colour,” Charlotte Luxford explores the popularity of various kitchen hues, with olive green emerging as a standout choice. 

The Chiswick Family Home’s kitchen, a living testament to the trend, showcases the appeal of olive green. This real-life application of the colour is a prime example of why green has been voted the most popular kitchen colour this year. 

Green’s natural, calming qualities and its ability to serve as a subtle backdrop make it a favourite among homeowners seeking a timeless and organic feel in their kitchens.

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Crittall Doors  by Bespoke Glazing Design, Chiswick Family Home

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Crittall Doors  by Bespoke Glazing Design, Chiswick Family Home

In the article “Setting the Bar High,” Georgina Townshend and Vicki Evans delve into the enduring appeal and practicality of steel-framed glazing.

 One trend that stands out is the use of arched Crittall doors, which have become increasingly popular for their aesthetic charm and versatility.

These doors add a dramatic and elegant touch to any home, perfectly demonstrated in the Chiswick Family Home. The arched design enhances the visual appeal and complements various interior styles, making it a timeless choice for modern homeowners. The Chiswick Family Home’s use of these doors showcases how they can create a stunning focal point, blending seamlessly with the home’s overall design while providing strength, durability, and an iconic look.

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Belsize Park Project

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Belsize Park Project

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine, June 2024

Belsize Park Project

 In the article “The New Neutral,”  our senior interior designer Molly Fern explains how muted tones can create stunning, inviting bedrooms.

The  Belsize Park Project master suite renovation exemplifies this approach, transforming a once stark blue space into a warm, mid-century haven.

By incorporating warm natural oak against a dark green fireplace and marble terrazzo floor tiles, the room achieves a unified and neutral aesthetic. Deep, warm white walls and ambient lighting further enhance the cosy, hotel-like atmosphere. Molly emphasises that neutral design doesn’t have to be cold or boring; homeowners can create inviting and stylish spaces by focusing on tone, texture, and pattern. For instance, warmer woods like walnut or red oak and paints with warmer undertones, such as Farrow & Ball’s Skimming Stone, can add warmth, while a mix of textures from plain linen to velvet adds depth and interest.