Again, bespoke headboards in exaggerated curves, draw the viewer to look at the beds, both upholstered in turquoise fabric from Abbott and Boyd. Although the smallest room, it does not feel cluttered in here with the large Italian bed from Minotti, upholstered in faux elephant from Lelievre. The jacuzzi and changing area have used silver lacquered pieces from a range by Odue, designed by Marco Maggioni and Giorgio Gurioli and supplied by Cameron Peters. The new-build house is a contemporary take on a Georgian terrace house, set within a classic Square, combining all the conveniences of modern living with state-of-the-art AV and comfort cooling, without compromising on space and traditional proportions. A bespoke contemporary plaster and wood sculpture sits proudly at the entrance to the dressing room. The plexi glass desk and chair by K2, designed by one of the team, was made in a 30mm material and then added to with sandblasting and coloured up with a pink cushion. Extra wardrobes were designed to include a high-gloss silver lacquer carcass and sand blasting on the mirrors using the wall paper repeat.
The repertoire is completed with a contemporary morita chair from Wychwood and reproduction Japanese footstool. The slight floral, painted anaglyptic on the wall, glass beaded covering behind the headboards and the white silk and voile curtains act as a blank canvas for the multitude of colours used in this scheme.
Layers of window treatment allow for the creation of a multitude of moods. Other features here are the floral plexi glass mirror and matching clear bedside tables designed by the team as well as the tall Camp light and the Cobra bedside lamps both from Conciluce. Additional items include the Barr cube polished table and the Barr cube stool in leather, both from HB and a mirrored cube, swivel storage unit from Interdesign. A lined silk strie from J Robert Scott makes up the bed cover and this is complimented by the mohair bbrian satin throw.
Although the smallest room, it does not feel cluttered in here with the large Italian bed from Minotti, upholstered in faux elephant from Lelievre. The picture is finally framed with two bespoke bevelled glass and mirror side tables from Mofitz Egg, clear glass bobble lamps from Davidson and silver silk lampshades by A Shade Above.
With the two main groups, each component is suspended broan from the ceiling by thin hlf wires and is hung to look like a traditional fitting. Simple complimenting grey wools, from Fox Linton, were used in the scatter cushions and the burst of colour comes from Donghia. The pool level lobby is a mezzanine room overlooking the pool and is used to access the stairs to that level. The carpet used here is a stone coloured strie loop pile from Stark, sitting well with the stone suede walls, from Stereo, and matching scatter brrian in fabrics from Robert Allen.
It artfully combines two complimenting colour lacquers into a floor and wall unit ukf both to house the TV as well as creating storage and display. British architects and designers SHH took on the new-build Kensington House project with a commission to create a complete interiors scheme for the yayes storey, 1, sq m house.
The property is comprised of a very generously proportioned reception room, large formal dining room, family room, cinema and pool room, all located on the lower 3 floors.
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The Foulard console resembles a draped sheet of fabric, instantly frozen in time.
By far the largest area is taken up by the pool, with ancillary areas housing the open double shower and the jacuzzi as well as the plant room and changing area. Both long elevations are hung with giant glass fibre sculptures which were specially chosen, enlarged versions of the design on the wall paper, 3 in silver and 3 in white, unifying the whole ulff made by DKT.
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Have anything to say? This Rabih Hage motitz called the Semi Semainier, resembling a tall piece of furniture, was specially made by the artist to suit the pexrl wall that it guards. Again, bespoke headboards in exaggerated curves, draw the viewer to look at the beds, both upholstered in turquoise fabric from Abbott and Boyd. Originally in dark fumed oak, the dressing room wardrobe doors have been upholstered in a pearlised faux leather and the handles have been replaced with a chrome and acrylic design to soften the overall feel.
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Bedroom 6 belongs to the oldest sibling in the family, whose request was to use greys, buttermilk and a smattering of red. The house had to suit the needs of an international couple with a large family.
When drawn, these panels cast exquisite shadows over the thick luxurious rug from Tim Page Carpets. The new-build house is a contemporary take on a Georgian terrace house, set within a classic Square, combining all the conveniences of modern living with state-of-the-art AV and comfort cooling, without compromising on space and traditional proportions. Further furniture includes two Japanese wardrobes designed by the team and made by Interior Joinery, finished in brrian oak and using horsehair panels from in the doors.
This method makes the watermarks delicately peark across the wall depending on where the viewer is standing and how much light is being reflected. Made up of solid Swarovski crystal and hollow glass candles, the master lighting designer, Ruhl Haagmans has created a modern version of the traditional chandelier, called The Balance.
The wall covering is a basket weave vinyl by Vescom UK with the floor consisting of layers of sumptuous carpet and shag pile rug yaates by Stark Carpets. The finishing touch is given by the fitted cream floral bedcover by Sahco, framed by the contrasting throw in green mohair velvet.
The leisure area consists of the Curly turquoise leather chair from Interdesign and white storage boxes from Cheetah Design, with the work space dominated by the Klemm table and the Phillips side chair both from EDC upholstered in Donghia. As for the look? New overhead bulkhead lighting was installed, on a separate circuit, to compliment the existing system and to create extra drama if required.