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!
This bright modern apartment in London is located in the prestigious residential complex in downtown with windows overlooking the famous Regent’s Park. The splendor of interiors here lies not in expensive finishes or a plenty of architectural tricks, but in large windows and exquisite furniture and decor. Look at this cool chandelier in the living room, that reminiscent of a large dragonfly. Stunning design!
It does not matter whether it’s an old cottage in the countryside or a luxurious modern apartment in the heart of London – the interiors created by the English designer Roselind Wilson are always full of style and elegance. She works equally well with traditional English classics and with the latest design trends. Today we are happy to share best of her portfolio with you!
Designer Emma Gurner’s townhouse in North London strikes with its contrasts. It has, for example, two living rooms, and they are decorated in completely different styles – one is more traditional with a classic fireplace, the other is very modern, minimalistic. The same situation with the color scheme: the kitchen is incredibly light, almost white, at the other hand the bedroom is designed in dark saturated tones. Very unique and interesting home!
This magnificent London townhouse was built in the 19th century, but designers from Undercover Architecture decided not give the interiors traditional Egnlish-styled look. Instead, they proposed a very fresh modern design, built on an interesting combination of clean minimalist lines and bold colors. As a result, they created quite experimental, but very stylish and unique home. Enjoy!
Bright colors and playful design in this modern London townhouse are not only for kids room – the whole home is decorated in a cheerful range of juicy tones. The basis for the interiors is white, as the artist’s canvas, who only had to add a few colored strokes. The palette is dominated by blue and its shades, but bedrooms are the most colorful rooms in the house with very cool wallpapers on one of the walls. Great home!
Vintage touches and nostalgia for the past – in this beautiful London townhouse, old furniture and antique details have perfectly fitted into modern English interiors. Thus, designers from Caz Myers tried to create a home that would best meet the latest design trends, but also give a timeless feel for its dwellers. Great project!
7 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, an inner garden and a beautiful architecture – this big restored Victorian villa in prestigious North Kensington in London is impressive. Moreover, the design of each room is created in its elegant and unique style and scheme, each space seems to have its own story. By the way, the house is for rent at Domus Nova for 6,000 pounds per week. Luxurious and beautiful!