Residential design by Allison Pidgeon for Oak-Apples-Drive

Aspirational and Sophisticated Interior for New Residential Development

10:30 09 October in Project of the Week, Residential Design

Project of the Week

This week’s instalment of the #SBIDinspire interior design series features a four-bedroomed, new-build residential property in Berkshire. Allison Pidgeon Interiors worked together with the developer on the specification design throughout. Using their many years of expertise to uniquely tailor the interior design to flow seamlessly with the specification, reflect the aspirations of the purchaser profile, and also the Client’s vision for the development. This resulted in the delivery of a super stylish, yet exquisitely comfortable interior through a stress-free and enjoyable process enhanced by the collective commitment of trusted tradespeople, meticulous project management, and outstanding service. These carefully managed interiors were delivered on time and within budget without compromising on quality, craftsmanship or superior design.

Sector: Residential Design

Company: Allison Pidgeon Interiors 

Project:  Oak Apples Drive

Location: Berkshire, United Kingdom

What was the client’s brief? 

We offered a uniquely personal service to our Client, drafting suggested furniture layouts for all plots on the development. These enabled him to plan functional heating, lighting and electrical layouts for all plots. We also assisted in specification selections throughout, ensuring a nice flow of palette and a high quality of finishes. We joined our Client in numerous meetings at various show rooms to select kitchen and bathroom products and finishes, floor and wall tiling, carpets and hard flooring, paint colours and internal doors and door furniture. We even selected paint colours for the front doors.

Once all these selections were made we used our extensive expertise in residential design, and our research in understanding the target market, to curate timeless interiors which reflect the high quality specification on the development.

What inspired the interior design of the project? 

The choice and quality of the specification, the purchaser profile, local competition and the Client’s own vision inspired the remainder of the project. We avoided whimsical trends, garish patterns and colours, and instead focused on providing tactile, comfortable interiors in a muted soothing palette, which are aspirational and sophisticated. We believe this direction was correct for the target market.

Many of the items we supplied were made bespoke for the project including upholstery, soft furnishings, window treatments, furniture, artwork and florals, and we sourced beautiful objects with which to complete dressing of the property.

What was the toughest hurdle your team overcame during the project?

To be honest the project was a dream with a delightful Client and we didn’t have any major hurdles.

What was your team’s highlight of the project?

We were delighted to see the property installed and complete, but this was surpassed by our Client’s sheer delight when we handed the property over to him (a day ahead of schedule). The positive feedback we’ve received from the selling agents and interested buyers and the fantastic testimonial our Client has written have all been highlights of the project.

Questions answered by Allison Pidgeon, Director of Allison Pidgeon Interiors

If you missed last week’s Project of the Week featuring a lavish interior for an new residential development, click here to see more.

We hope you feel inspired by this week’s residential design! Let us know what inspired you #SBIDinspire

Image Credits: Photography by Chris Snook

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