LYNNE BRADLEY INTERIORS

 
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A froth of pink anchored by deep-sea green washes a petite space designed by
Lynne Bradley Interiors Wrixton House kitchen. 

With the aim to deepen the rooms dimensions, Lynne’s approach was to convert what was an alcove thoroughfare into the residences kitchen. 

“My initial approach to this room was to sensitively revise the floor plan including the waste locations, and unify the three ceiling heights in this area to maximise the inclusion of storage and scale. A horizontal line of flush, textured, splashback tiles band across the seams of the two conjoined kitchen mirrors creating a vanishing line to deepen this rooms dimensions whilst reflecting the bay’s hero vie and bathing the room with natural. The inclusion of mirror ensures that the view is available whether you are facing it or turned away.”

Lynne re-instated the former grandeur of this late nineteenth-century Chandlery and residence. The maritime history and environment of the residence became linked through a pallet of quilted brass, deep saturated green, and rose-blush pink toned marble. Flush and innovative ZETR outlets were recessed into the marble step (a part of the splashback) avoiding narrative disruption.  

“My experience using ZETR was very positive.  Garth was kind enough to talk me and my electrician through the installation requirements which were easily managed.  The end result exceeded my expectations and I will look forward to specifying ZETR switches in all my projects in the future.” 

Lynne Bradley also specified ZETR across key locations in the bathroom, continuing the pops of pastel pink and strong lines. 

Designer: Lynne Bradley Interiors. Photography: Anson Smart. Kitchen Styling: Steve Cordony

Designer: Lynne Bradley Interiors. Photography: Anson Smart. Kitchen Styling: Steve Cordony