Image: Minimalist refurb
  • LOCATION: Buckinghamshire MK17
  • BUDGET: £70,000

Minimalist refurb

Clean lines and creative storage solutions from top to bottom

Our client wanted a contemporary and minimalist overhaul, creating an abundance of new storage in their character conversion. This attractive property benefited

from tall ceilings and lots of light but lack of storage and poor quality fittings were the key issues. This dated home needed a face lift.


Rather than a completely new kitchen we recommended updating the exterior and reconfiguring the kitchen cabinets to full height. A modern lacquer finish gave a contemporary feel enhanced by chrome storage baskets, a new extractor hood and kickboards in brushed steel to break the colour contrast with the tiles.


This spacious room with high ceilings lacked adequate storage. The clever design of his and hers closets created clean lines, further enhanced by the creation of alcoves with lights and glass shelves


By replacing key elements such as the WCs, taps and vanities, increasing storage space and spraying cabinets with a contemporary finish, the bathrooms became both stylish yet practical.


Originally a challenging bedroom containing a steel post, full-length storage cabinets were fitted to create space and hide the post. LED lighting was fitted to complete this modern and inviting office.


- Two further bedrooms were fitted with bespoke wardrobes in a minimalist and contemporary white lacquer.