The wide open feel of the interior, with porcelain stone-look flooring tiles and glazed partitions and facades is reminiscent of much coveted Californian mid-century homes, which is an aesthetic that extends to the modular feel of the simple block shaped architecture, a treat to see in the middle of the Hertfordshire countryside!
The interior scheme feels modern, welcoming and relaxed with plenty of warm woods, seen in the teak furniture, including a vast Ritz dining table and 1960s Scandinavian style Gemma dining chairs by Bross, distributed by Europa Designs. And again in the property’s built-in joinery and large-width lacquered oak staircase and flooring in the entrance to the formal living room and open plan kitchen. The palette for the most part is muted greys and neutrals, such as in the upholstery of the sofas, custom made by Living In Space, as well the oversized format porcelain floor tiles, almost concrete in look.
Gaggenau, Siemens and Miele appliances have been specified in the Lauren Nicholas kitchen, which sits beneath decorative oak beams and includes an island unit that doubles up as a large storage space to keep the cooking and prep areas clutter free.