Swinside Lodge

Currently undergoing renovations- Swinside Lodge is a Georgian, early 1800’s property based in Newlands Valley, Keswick, close to the shores of Lake Derwentwater. The property is intended to be a holiday rental, with plenty of bedrooms, large living spaces and gorgeous surroundings. Innermost Interiors are designing and project managing three bedrooms and the entrance hall of the property.

Luxury, Sophisticated, Relaxing

The concept of this design incorporates the preferred colour scheme of grey and navy with hints of teal and ochre/gold. Although using teal and navy together isn’t a widely chosen colour scheme- utilizing different tones of the same colour can create such a luxurious style interior. 

SCottish Highlands Inspired Living Room

The living room design has been based around the Scottish Highlands, sea and the families love for the outdoors with lots of natural elements such as wooden furniture, leather and driftwood/fishing boat rope hints amongst tartan and patchwork. These elements have all been incorporated into a really contemporary scheme of midnight blues, navy’s, light blues and greys with black and silver highlights and contrasting patterns.

Contemporary Living Room

The living room interior has been transformed in this design with new, luxurious and substantial sofas and armchairs which make the most of this huge space adding lots more seating than there was previously. A cosy atmosphere has been created through layers of textures, fur throws and cushions. Curtains and a huge rug will make this room feel really warm, homely and inviting…

Home Office

Brief: To transform a characterless box room (previously used for storage) into a welcoming, masculine, home office with a productive yet sophisticated atmosphere. The room is in a Georgian home and so needs to be in keeping with this era, but also have contemporary hints to suit the client.

Georgian Lounge

…the client requested a luxury and transitional interior that would still be in keeping with the heritage of this Georgian house and highlight the traditional elements in the interior such as the amazing fireplace dated at 1782 and the four large sash windows.

Kitchen Revamp

The Brief was to freshen up the existing kitchen and bring it up to date. The kitchen was very country chic but for such a classic Georgian House it required a more luxurious and quality atmosphere. 

Portland square

The aim of the renovation and interior design of the properties is to respect and highlight the history and period features, but blend this with twenty-first century design to create timeless, transitional interiors.

Hotel Design

Colours from Beatrix Potter’s artwork were chosen (teal, pink, green and yellow) to incorporate this history into the design scheme. The combination is contrasting and creates a contemporary look.

Show Home Design

The style of the show home is contemporary- rural with a professional, high-quality and luxurious finish. A very neutral colour scheme of grey, ivory and blush pink was chosen to please the broadest market of potential buyers.