The clients wanted a sense of luxury for both the social and entertaining areas as well as the relaxing areas of the house and in turn, asked Camellia to consider this in their design. Internally, the clients requested the scheme to reflect the immediate environment – making the fusion of indoor and outdoor elemental to the interior design. Camellia suggested the reconfiguration of the internal layout to increase the room sizes and maximise available daylight and consequentially the views.
Two en suite bathrooms were introduced to the top floor to create a total of a five en suite bedroom property to host a minimum of twelve. The master bedroom is a luxurious retreat from the social areas of the house. It benefits from the beautiful seafront views, and with its expanse of glass window it allows the client to immediately wake up to it every morning with a sense of paradise on their doorstep.
Camellia commissioned custom furniture to be made, personal to the family, including a large bespoke bed and upholstered headboard. The carpet is luxurious in grey with a metallic finish so appeals to the senses of sight and touch. The large en suite with its free standing bath again reinforces the luxury of space and a calming interior. Overall, the designers were able to create a calming retreat for the clients to sleep and relax away from the social side of the house, whilst still visually linking it to the overall internal scheme and reflecting the coastal views.