A contemporary build in its construction, the internal brief was to reflect the variety of the landscape.
The large living room echoes the beaches washed clean by time, leaving sun-warmed rock pools and lagoons to explore – seen in a colour palette of coppers, blues and pale drift-wood finishes on the bespoke cabinetry.
The marble hearth and coffee table emulate the grey and silky nature of the pebbles on the beaches.
Echoing rocky headlands
In the master bedroom, the rocky headlands of Jersey are reflected in the deep greys and blacks of the furniture.
We used the marble and textured wallpaper to create a bespoke feature wall behind the bed emulating the cliffs that surround the island.
Deeply textured fabrics were used to add the organic feeling of granites and stones.
Pull of sea to shore
For the second bedroom, we were inspired by the irresistible pull that draws the sea to the shore.
In Jersey you are never more than ten minutes from the water’s edge so it’s easy to find a quiet space to revitalise and recharge and this room recreates this feeling with its undulating headboard like the waves washing onto the beaches beyond.
Pale woods were used with fabric in strong earthy tones to create a relaxing contemporary space.
Playful seaside feeling
A pale more subtle room was created for a teenager with calming blue textured walls and soft pinks in fabric and lacquer.
These colours repeating the seaside feeling in a younger more playful way.
This room offers a nod to the location's past history with candy floss colours and walls of bright summer skies from days gone by when the site was an amusement park – a place for fun and sunshine.