The wrench of leaving the city became an unmissable opportunity when it involved the renovation of a neglected Queen Anne-style mansion into a light and airy family home.
Family life tends to revolve around the kitchen and the owners of this Grade II-listed Georgian property came to us for a bespoke design for a large family kitchen, combining everyday practicality with elegance for evening entertaining.
Vision and determination in equal parts saw the transformation of an Arts & Crafts shell into a classical neo-Georgian house.
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The owners of this house moved to Jersey when they retired, buying an impressive chateau-style property with exceptional views across a splendid bay.
To accommodate the kitchen and dining area a contemporary, double height extension was added to the rear of this large Victorian home.
After renting the property for several years our clients were delighted when the landlord agreed to sell them the house located on a scenic lake in Surrey.
This spacious kitchen is the new heart of a family home. A place where three generations come together to cook, eat, relax and enjoy quality time.
Bringing the breezy outdoors lifestyle of Sydney across the world to England’s Home Counties, this kitchen was designed in response to a very specific brief.
Designing a kitchen in an enormous space takes real skill. The furniture designed and made for this project is amongst the biggest pieces Martin Moore have ever made.
As experienced property developers, our clients had decided that for this high-end property they wished to commission bespoke furniture in a classic, contemporary style.
Our designer first designed the kitchen for this listed medieval home a couple of years earlier, but the project was put on hold when the clients temporarily moved to New York.
Our English Collection was the perfect addition to our clients’ five-bedroom 18th century manor house.
"A relaxed kitchen at the heart of the home" was our brief and the design formed part of a larger extension project.
The previous owners of this grand Victorian mansion had installed an ultra-modern kitchen and also stripped the space of all its original architectural features.
Our designer was involved from the very beginning of this renovation project so suggested moving the kitchen to the back of the house to achieve the indoor/outdoor lifestyle the clients desired.
Whilst the property is located in the stunning Kingdom of Perth, business brought the owners to London on a regular basis and therefore they chose to work with one of our London based designers.
With 3.9m high ceilings and terraces on three sides this apartment has a delightful sense of space and light.
As a property developer our client is no stranger to creating exceptional and unique homes, but her own home, a restored Georgian farmhouse in West Sussex, is surely her greatest achievement.
Working with repurposed buildings requires exceptional sensitivity and design know-how. Functionality can be slotted in seamlessly, but the forms must connect with the authenticity to the original structure.
To the credit of our designer's skill and vision, four small rooms were combined to give this traditional brick and stone Cheshire cottage a large open-plan kitchen and living space.
The owners of this attractive new-build home wanted a kitchen with a pared-back Scandinavian feel to complement the tongue and groove clad ceiling and white washed beams.
The finishing touch for this impressive Victorian home was a large open-plan kitchen and dining room.
A striking, modern extension to a pretty Victorian terrace house posed spatial and stylistic challenges for a new kitchen.
Building an extension to this late Victorian North Yorkshire home was the only way to gain room for a big, new family kitchen.
After two years of painstaking restoration to this property, originally built for a family of Victorian bellow makers, it was time to focus on the kitchen.
Older houses have their charms and often as many challenges.
This Fulham terraced home had been significantly increased in size with a loft conversion, basement and side extension.
Having already worked with this client twice before, it was a privilege to be asked to help renovate their rambling late-Victorian parish rectory.
Our client wanted to unite their kitchen, orangery and living area with a single holistic style to create a space for relaxing and entertaining.
Our brief was to create a multi-purpose family room that would complement the existing architecture and feel welcoming for guests.
The kitchen in our client’s Victorian villa had been shoehorned into one corner, offering limited work surfaces with an island two metres from the main kitchen.