This loft conversion is a master bedroom, crafted and restyled by Brandler London using numerous types of wood. The main wardrobes here are constructed out of reclaimed wood from a beekeepers barn in continental Europe, with the horizontal wood grain arrangement flowing like the storms of Jupiter.
Internal drawers, shelves, and hanging wardrobe space all painted with Pelt by Farrow & Ball. The down lighting creates dramatic shadows on the wardrobe fronts and illuminates the inside when the doors are opened. These wardrobes creep around the perimeter of the room with glass shelves, concretes worktops, and a vanity unit with a number of built-in drawers. The vanity surface culminates with a drop into a laundry alcove. A line of light coloured pine doors house a run of low-level hanging wardrobe space with more storage behind. With wood-clad steels and a reclaimed sliding door from an old London warehouse, this bedroom possesses a cozy warmth while providing the necessary storage of a modern master bedroom. Blending a modern aesthetic with the owners’ own sense of whimsy, these varying and textured surfaces go above and beyond and conceal the entry into a secret hideaway room.