Current trends play a key role in influencing an interior scheme, however if you’re renovating an existing building, inspiration can also be taken from the structure itself.
Despite the beauty and unique charm of historic buildings, you must be prepared to encounter challenges if you’re commissioned to bring these spaces back to life. It is likely you will experience a minefield of restrictions and constraints. Yet for Howard Spa Consulting, a renowned expert in spa design, this did not pose a problem when the company was tasked with creating a spa concept for Monastero Santa Rosa.
Up against a number of planning restrictions, the team took these in their stride to deliver a unique concept that blended seamlessly with the building’s distinctive character. Turn to page 12 to find out more.
Elsewhere in this issue, Interior Designer Jane Lockhart discusses how to see a client’s project through to the end with the ultimate finishing touches, The Chelsea Flower Show unveils the highlights of this year’s prestigious event and the Baker Street Boys showcase its take on the iconic coffee table. You can also read up on the key features of the upcoming Clerkenwell Design Week, taking place from 24 to 26th May – turn to page 26 to find out more.
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