We have had a very busy first 6 months bringing the creation of Infinite Bespoke Interiors to life and we wanted to share with you a sneak peak of the journey along the way. Below are pictures of two of our projects, Banstead & Camden, from then to now. So take a look and see the drastic changes we have implicated to create the best spaces possible.

Banstead, Surrey
Below you will see the shell of the new orangery that was taking shape as we were underway with the completion and the manufacture of the new kitchen design. The vast empty room really gave us a blank canvas to create something magical and show stopping in such a wonderful setting.

An exterior view across the patio, showing the exposed block work and the colossal Lantern.

 

An Interior View looking toward the new home of the sink run, this showcases the construction in its raw form with exposed steels, Concrete slabs and Tiber structures visile to the eye.

 

3D Realistic Representation

See below the initial 3 dimensional CAD drawings we created to bring the vison of the space to life, demonstrating a clear and accurate dipiction of the end concept.


Take a look below at the end result. A beautiful full In-frame bespoke kitchen, taking the above 3D concept and transferring it to reality using clever design and formidable joinery skills.

 


A view not dissimilar to the 3D image showcasing the bespoke integrated casual seating into the bold island.

 


A view across to the main bank of units housing the Miele appliances.

 

 

Camden, London

Before the kitchen was a cluttered, chaotic place with no sense of unity or arrangement. The kitchen was crying out for more storage space and this was something we worked hard on to achieve.


A view showcasing the desperation for more storage.

 


A view across the island showing the beautiful cured staircase, because this is such a prominent feature the elegance of the classic curve needed to be mirrored in the kitchen.

 

3D Realistic Representation

Below is the 3D CAD image we created for the clients depicting how the kitchen would look. Classic, elegant and ordered was our main aim.


Take a look at what we managed to achieve in the space below. The kitchen sits proud in such a beautiful surrounding highlighting the style of the property, replacing something that was out of sync with something that works perfectly for the clients and for the period property.

 


The overall product highlighting that order has been returned to the room.

 


Simplistic and modern lines to create a subtle beauty.