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Grade II Listed Georgian Villa, Clifton, Bristol

We were delighted to be successful in our bid to carry out a turn-key interior design service for the top to bottom refurbishment of this prominent Clifton property.   Our brief was to create a beautiful contemporary family home, whilst respecting and enhancing the Georgian details and historic context of the property.

Bultaup kitchen with art splashback with kitchen table and tan leather chairs to the right

We worked alongside Hobson’s Choice to create an elegant floating kitchen.

Kitchen-table-with-tan-leather-chairs sit in bay window with neutral curtains and rug
snug-with-coral-accents and tan leather arm chair
Dining room with dark wallpapered walls, gold chandeiler and colourful curtains
Desk with lamp on sits infront of a large window with dark painted bookshelves behind. There is a simple gold chandelier above the desk.

During the project we designed key items of bespoke joinery including the library shelves, master suite dressing room and wallpanelling.

Drawing Room Feature Image Joseph King Interiors Bristol 2
Entrance lobby with stone steps up to entrance hall
Georgian-Hallway with dark wallpaper and light rugs. Lamps are turned on on a side
Master bedroom with large scale blue and white wallpanels. Large gold headboard with mirrors either side and bedside tables with marbled blue lamps

This wonderful master bedroom needed the wow factor so we designed this fabulous oversized headboard.

Blue and white wall panel wallper with blue marbled upholstered chairs

We added a chill out space to this teenager’s bedroom by adding a mezzanine deck over the sleeping area.  This also gave us the opportunity to design storage steps using birch ply to give a contemporary feel.

Monochrome bathroom with orange and blue niches to the shower and a lime green towel on the black radiator
marble and blue traditional ensuite
Pink-spotty-bedroom-with-pink scalloped headboard
Pink roll top bath in green panelled traditional bathroom
guest bedroom with teal and red accents
Wine cellar built into existing arches
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