You will not find simple interiors or budget tiny space in the portfolio of Helen Green. Being one of the leading British designers, Helen mostly designs luxury apartments and houses in London for sophisticated and influential client. Each of her projects is filled with art objects, expensive furniture and finishings, unique decor. But this is an aesthetically beautiful luxury that attracts and inspires. Today we want to share one of her works – a exquisite apartment in the heart of London!
When the family from Russia purchased this stunning Georgian townhouse in London, they immediately made a very right choice – they entrusted the interior renovation to one of the best designers specializing in historical architecture – Philip Vergeylen and Paolo Moschino. This tandem has created on the basis of magnificent classical spaces luxurious interiors that have absorbed all the best from the past and features of sophisticated modern design. Gorgeous home!
Designers from London-based studio Hostmaker named their recent project as Botanical Paradise and you can see why already from the first photo. It is a beautiful Victorian townhouse where flowers and plants are the main dwellers, and the floral motifs are clearly traced in the decor and materials. The beautiful color scheme is also dominated by various shades associated with the botanical world. All this together makes the home so unusual and incredibly interesting!
Stylish color scheme, elegant contemporary velvet furniture, golden details, vintage accents – designers have returned this gorgeous Victorian townhouse in the prestigious London area of Chelsea with a great style. It is always not easy to integrate the old historic architectural features into a modern design, but the authors of this project managed to do it skillfully. As a result, we have a very chic and attractive living space that meets all the requirements of modern life and which nevertheless has a connection with its past. Awesome!
As we know, traditional English style usually implies calm and restrained tones and elegant forms. But the interiors of the extravagant London-based studio 2LG are everything but traditional, although they have features of English design. These young and successful guys create very bold interiors filling them with bright colors, which is their signature style. An excellent example of color combinations in design!
Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian – the architecture of London bears the names of great English kings and, probably, that is why its greatness has survived to this day. This beautiful townhouse belongs to the latter. The owners have been living here for 12 years, but after recently their youngest son went to University, they started a big renovation. Renewed interiors got more light, air, and color, but most importantly – they are still in perfect harmony with the magnificent architecture. We invite you to step inside!
100 years is quite an honorable age but this historic townhouse in London looks young and bold. Here the mosaic of the beginning of XX century is combined with the art objects of XXI century, and elegant carpets and fireplaces are surrounded by floral furniture, posters and bizarre statuettes. It is unlikely that there is another such home in the whole world, and this gives an even greater charm to the house. Gorgeous!
The color scheme of this Georgian townhouse in north London is fairly monochrome and neutral, with light gray and white colors ruling the ball here. The English style is recognized in the classic forms of upholstered furniture, books, textiles, but it’s not totally without elements of modern design. The owners really wanted to get a quiet and relaxing home, where they could hide from the city bustle, and thanks to Studio Duggan they got it!
Perhaps, everybody who loves design should know Kelly Hoppen – one of the most famous designers of our time. She started her career at the age of 16 in London, but thanks to great talent and active life position quickly became popular far beyond her homeland. For 40 years of work she has accumulated plenty of realized objects around the world, launched own furniture brand of the same name, and publish more than a dozen books. Today we have a wonderful opportunity get inside her big residence in London. Enjoy!
The main goal for this luxury townhouse in London was to emphasize the status of the housing (this gorgeous Victorian home is located in the prestigious area of Kensington, next to the palace of the same name), as well as to embrace magnificent British heritage. Therefore, best materials were used in the decoration, as well as the choice of style – an elegant modern classic. Sophisticated first-class design!