Nicholas was invited to create a compromise on style and elegance that pleased both the clients.
This apartment was converted laterally across two buildings to create a much larger two bedroom property. The opening between kitchen diner and reception doubled the floor space of what was once two single apartments.
In the kitchen area, glass, white gloss surfaces and a chandelier from Illuminati with views over the garden turned what could have been a cold room into a warm and totally viable entertaining space.
POWDER BLUE VELVET
The Robert Langford chairs with Jab chevron fabric on the back and Weymss powder blue velvet on the front, matched the sofas. Bespoke wall cabinets, glass cube table and oriental art and antiques, blended into the design.
PERSONAL ART BROUGHT OVER FROM SWEDEN
The luxury master bedroom was enhanced with a specially commissioned headboard with fabric from Turnell and Gigon.