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Muddy boot room

Victorian-style utility room with muddy shoes and coat area

This reconfiguration project was a classic case of rooms not fit for purpose, with the back door leading directly into a home-office (not very productive when the family are in and out), so we reconfigured the spaces and the office became a utility room.


We kept the area tidy and clean with inbuilt cupboards, stacking the washer and tumble drier to save space. The Belfast sink was saved from the old utility room and complemented with beautiful Victorian-style mosaic flooring.

Now the family can kick off their boots and hang up their coats at the back door without muddying the house up!

There is no limit to Leisha’s style and energy when it comes to design and execution. If, like us, you love nice things but don’t know how to find them or put them together, she will make it happen. And if, like us, you’re juggling a million things and drop one every now and again, she will take the strain and coordinate it all for you. Thanks to Leisha’s patience, insight and ability to understand exactly what we wanted – even when we couldn’t always articulate this ourselves - she created spaces in our new home that were beyond our wildest dreams. We have never worked with a designer before, and will never do anything without her.



Mr and Mrs Peck

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