Modern Scandi Townhouse•
Posted on February 08 2021
Built in a conservation area of Bristol, this upside down townhouse is unapologetically modern.
The interior style is modern Scandi featuring low profile furniture in monochromatic tones and plenty of natural light provided by the spectacular frameless window.
Opting for a glass top table maximises the flow of natural light which was key in this design.
The low profile furniture lets the original brick wall take centre stage.
When it comes to townhouses, not many feature a separate utility room. The design challenge is therefore to find space to house the unsightly appliances in a stylish way. The statement staircase has become just that, a cleverly concealed utility room.
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