Nordic and Scandinavian
12 months
May 28, 2016

The brief involved a complete interior transformation of the family room, dining room, kitchen, sitting room, formal dining and the entry hall to make it feel more contemporary, brighter as well as warm and inviting, and to create a consistent flow from the original part of the 1920’s Art Deco home to the more recent 8 year old extension and open plan living.

The existing style of the home was quite traditional with beautiful ornate period features like lead light windows, ceiling roses and picture rails. It had a more recent extension approx 8 years ago to accommodate their growing family and included the addition of the open plan kitchen and living areas as well as upstairs.

The transformation included new furniture for the living rooms and dining room, entry, master bedroom, new kitchen stools and pendant lights for the kitchen, entry, stairwell, front living room and bedroom. I also brought in artwork and accessories like cushions and throws as well as advising on plants, window furnishings, wall colour, fire place surrounds and colour palette.

"Michelle simply worked wonders, always with a smile and an eye for great detail. The total job was achieved within our original budget, set at the scope meeting and on time. I still can’t believe our new space. I pinch myself every time I come home and walk through the front door into our new rooms. The whole area feels much bigger than previously but it actually has more pieces. However this time it's pieces that match and fill the rooms in a much better way. We simply can’t recommend Michelle (BASK INTERIORS) enough. My wife and I are already looking into where we can engage Michelle next."