2/8 Living room
The pale ash floor used in the living room mimics that of yacht decking. A mix of transparent and white furniture creates a light, modern look.
The sense of space has been maximised in this narrow kitchen with the use of glossy white units. The unframed floor-to-ceiling window makes the room feel like it is part of the garden outside.
In the dining room and kitchen area, a hatch running the length of both rooms, brings the spaces together. The transparent table and chairs continue the ultra-modern feel and complements the white scheme.
Habitat have a similar table and dining chairs.
5/8 Hallway staircase
The wooden staircase is both sleek and simple. Enclosed by white walls, it allows the open-plan space to be as light an airy as possible.
6/8 Upstairs hallway
Floor-to-ceiling windows gives a panoramic view of the garden. The white model of a boat, which fits in perfectly with the neutral scheme, is a stunning focal point.
The bedroom is a tranquil haven of white. All four bedrooms in this modern home are identical, and have an individual view through trees across the water. White glossy floor-to-ceiling wardrobes maximise storage potential.
The wardrobes with sliding doors were from Tisettanta.
The wall panels in this bathroom are acrylic rather than tiles for a clean, streamlined feel, a look that is repeated in all of the four ensuite bathrooms.
Visit SL Hardwoods for similar acrylic panels.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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