In the past, this building on the Estcourt Road in London was used as a tire shop, but in 2017 the house got a new life – not it’s a stylish modern apartment. The new design is based on the combination of black, white and gray colors with touches of warm tones. The home does not have many windows, but here it lots of light, thanks to the large window in the ceiling of the living room. The interiors are not overloaded with color combinations and complex shapes, but at the same time it turned out to be very voluminous, relief: wood, partitions, white brick wall, mosaic in the bathroom – all this makes the apartment look interesting and fee comfy.
When the current owners bought this small apartment in London, the main and the only advantage was the location – just a few steps from the famous Regent’s Park. But the rest was not so positive: dilapidated interiors, an abandoned empty space and an uncomfortable atmosphere. The family lives in New York, but they love London very much of and often come here, so it was important to create a feeling of “home away from home” in the new apartment, but the interiors should also have been stylish and with character. And the studio Run For The Hills managed to do a great job!
We have to say that English style and colorful scheme are a very good combination for a renovated old house. This Victorian townhouse in London is just a vivid confirmation of this. There is no dominant color here, rather it is a mix of all possible summer tones. In a word, it’s a bright and memorable home!
When a family from Russia bought this beautiful townhouse in a quiet area of Belgravia in London, they turned to one of the best local studios Janine Stone and asked to create an elegant and modern home where the grandeur of the past centuries should be felt. Due to the fact that the building is protected as an important historical heritage, there were almost no major structural changes the house, and all the improvements were coordinated with experts. Interestingly, all the internal works took 18 months, and the owners did not see their home until the very end of the project. Enjoy!
It’s difficult to describe interiors by young English designer Beata Heuman in one word, and it’s even more difficult to refer them to any single style or design direction. Her spaces have a clear traditional English foundation, but further it’s an interesting mix of elements of different styles, epochs, as well as very bold color combinations. Enjoy the best of her delicious portfolio!
In its new spring catalog, the English brand Neptune invites us to have a small virtual trip outside the city, to a charming old cottage amidst wild nature. The company rented it for several days and completely decorated with its beautiful furniture and decor from the new collection. Cracked walls with the traditional English decor items and cozy textiles look just gorgeous. What a fresh spring mood!
All that we love so much in English interiors can be found in the portfolio of Scottish designer Jessica Buckley. It’s magnificent wallpaper with floral and other motifs, classic English furniture, which is easy to recognize by elegant forms, and a bright upholstery of interior items with interesting prints. Jessica was born, got a degree and works in the UK, so she best of the others knows the specifics of her native style. Enjoy!
We are used to the magnificent Victorian and Georgian townhouses in London, where the spirit and character of the past are carefully preserved. But there is also another side of the design in the English capital – ultramodern homes designed for all the latest trends. Today we have such a dwelling: a stylish minimalist townhouse with stunning roof terrace, located in a prestigious area of London. Enjoy!
Sometimes it is not easy to find a balance between practicality and taste. Often wins either one or the other. But in this townhouse in London, style and comfort are mixed wonderfully. The interior was not overloaded with sophisticated furnishings and decor, but designers played with lighting and accessories. The color scheme is milky-gray with interspersed bright accents. Looking at the pictures, you think about harmony, tranquility and coziness.
Young London studio Kitesgrove in its project skillfully combines features of the classic English style and new trends in design. With the help of bright color inserts or modern decor objects, designers refresh the traditional English approach, creating really interesting and unique spaces. Today we have the best of Kitesgrove’s portfolio!