Chic Showcase: Kitchens and Bathrooms from Burlanes Interiors

Burlanes Interiors recently featured Love Chic Living on their ‘Brilliant Interior Design Blogs’ feature, so I’m thrilled to return the favour and showcase their wonderful interiors over here on mine.

Burlanes are an interiors company specialising in high end, bespoke kitchens and bathrooms and pride themselves on producing unique interiors. They are based in Kent so work mainly in London and the South East but their service travels – this month they were in the Isle of Skye!

I spoke to them about a recent project that wasn’t a kitchen or bathroom. The brief was to create a comfortable, stylish study for a couple to sit in the evenings doing their paperwork.

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Wardrobes were designed and custom-built in their on-site workshop to accommodate clothes in one half, with a shoe rack at the bottom and general storage on the other side. I love the hot pink interior!

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The authentic zig zag shelving adjustment is a key feature of the design and perfectly complements the wooden beams and traditional architecture of the rest of the building.

Farrow and ball’s beautiful ocelot wallpaper set the tone for the style and colours used in the room.

www.sarahlondonphotography.co.uk

www.sarahlondonphotography.co.uk

Burlanes’ experienced craftsmen re-created the skirting board design around the bottom of the wardrobes. This attention to detail brings the room together and provides the finishing touch.

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By listening to the clients’ needs and working with them closely every step of the way the result is a stylish, functional space that works for lifestyle and budget.

This office won’t be for everyone, but isn’t it bold and dramatic? Could you live in a room like this?

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