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Well thought out and practical doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style or looks. The combination of sharp lines with soft accessories and well placed art, makes this a room for everyone to enjoy. Don’t forgot fresh flowers and greenery which can make any space , no matter how small, into a lighter and brighter space.
Located just moments from the hub of Chelsea; Sloane Square, this period terrace was breathtakingly transformed in to a four-bedroom home by returning client; London based property developer.
The brief was to furnish the development for sale, to highlight its features and set it apart from others on the market. The team brought a modern vibrancy to the space with strong use of colour in the relaxed areas, including the garden studio and family room, whilst creating an elegant and sophisticated tone in the formal reception and master bedroom.
This photograph is the second bedroom of a Central London Penthouse that we designed. The room didn’t have a great deal of natural light, so our aim was to create an energised and fresh look. Our client was delighted with the result, so we’ve analysed why it works and wanted to share it with you.
Style alert – geometric pattern looks great on upholstery too.
Framing a fabric gives added impact – try painted timber for something different.
Here we have used an angle poise lamp to echo the geometric design of the headboard fabric
Unusual texture such as rope used here adds detail for a more interesting interior.
A punch of colour to brighten the scheme gives energy to a room.
Crisp white linen is the perfect backdrop for any colour scheme.
The stripped wallpaper in the entrance hallway coupled with the dark wide beam flooring compliments the generous scale of this loft style apartment and makes an impressive welcome entrance.