Caley House residences are comprised of generously scaled rooms that flow seamlessly and offer endless possibilities to make your home your own. The interior design theme features natural materials and a neutral palette. A comfortable fusion of classic and modern, it provides the setting for residents to express their own unique style.
With an abundance of windows that flood the spacious rooms with light, attractive ceiling heights and open-plan kitchens for entertaining, these are spaces truly designed for living well.
The Apartments and Coach House kitchens feature a harmonious combination of textures and materials such as White Attica quartz and plank flooring creating a light and contemporary feel. All are fitted with bespoke matt lacquer finish cabinets in blue-grey and a sleek CaesarStone worktop with darker vein detailing inspired by natural marble.
The character of the building has been carefully conserved, developed and utilised to make the most of every space. In Apartment II the light, soul and ambiance of the gardens become a part of the residence and the private amenity is a perfect extension of the open plan kitchen — with morning sun, afternoons in the shade and sunset dinners.
The Mews Houses’ spacious open-plan kitchens feature a deep sage green kitchen island with a seamless continuation of the oak plank floor vertically coupled with two statement suspended lights. The worktops are fitted with a clean white composite stone paired with a marble brick tiled splash back.
Throughout the Mews Houses an uncompromising approach to quality is immediately apparent. The bright and airy dining areas feature architecturally designed glazed partitions, recessed shelving units with solid oak lipping and handcrafted joinery finished in white with natural cane panelling.
The spacious master bedrooms are characterised by their cosiness and inviting ambience. The bespoke shaker style wardrobes of the Apartments and Coach House feature detailed profiles and contemporary bronze handles that enhance the entire room’s aesthetic. The colour palette blends perfectly with the rest of the interiors, drawing inspiration from the natural surrounds.
Clad with sleek matt white tiles paired with contemporary porcelain floor tiles, the bathrooms are presented in a thoughtful palette of materials and finishes, based around a warm brushed brass in the Apartments and Coach House and a satin stainless steel accent in the Mews. Stylish hand-basins mounted in a wood effect vanity unit sit alongside a contemporary wall-hung WC while under-floor heating and a heated towel rail bring a welcoming touch of comfort.
MATERIALS & FINISHES
The interior design philosophy is based on creating an inspiring canvas upon which the residents can apply their own personalities. This is expressed through a subtle colour palette and carefully selected materials, textures and finishes that bring nature directly from the gardens into the home, embuing the welcoming spaces with a sense of calm.