This four storey property in the Junction was mid construction when we were first contacted by the Interior Designer, Rebecca Cox from Love and Adorn Interiors.
In areas of the property the client wanted to recess the tracking so it wasn’t visible and make allowance for motorisation. Being involved in the construction at this stage enabled us to communicate with the project manager what was required. It can be quite costly to make these changes post construction, so the earlier we are involved in a build equates to a much more cost effective way to achieve the desiredlook for your window furnishings.
In a property of this scale it can sometimes prove challenging to create an overall warmth due to large open spaces, this is when wall to wall, floor to ceiling sheer curtains in rooms immediately soften the space. In several spaces we used bent tracking to treat more than one window or door, this is a great way to create continuity and flexibility in large spaces.
Rebecca selected Clement by Elliott Clarke, for the sheers throughout the property. In the downstairs Living area, we used a soft grey sheer and block out curtain that operated on two separate tracks. The large concrete floor tiles and the texture of the sheer curtains where the perfect cohesive backdrop for all the other selections that Rebecca made.
In all upstairs bedrooms and living areas we used a warm white option for sheer and block out curtains, a slightly softer approach against the wooden floorboards and carpet. In the master suite we coupled the sheer curtains with custom made Roman blinds using the Clement sheer, lined with a block out - this is an excellent example of how two different window furnishings can complement each other is the same space.
This project highlighted two important key components, thinking outside the box for larger scale spaces and having us involved in the early stages of a build or renovation.