South London apartments – Minimalistic design

Apartment – Eaton Square

The slogan of the design was “happiness is here to stay”, therefore the interior design aimed to embody this statement. White surfaces and lots of natural light makes the space look larger and it contains all the modern living requirements but in a smaller space.
Apartment – Eaton Square 2

The living and the dining areas occupy as little space as possible so the room does not appear heavily furnished. The only brightly coloured element is the sofa that acts as a focal point for the visitors.

Apartment – St. James

The contrast of the park’s colours is the basis of the design for the bathroom. This includes black, shiny tiles in the shower area and slick, white surfaces in the rest of the bathroom. A glass wall separates the two to enhance this contrast.


Apartment – Kensington Park Road

A large mirror extends across the full length of the wall making the room appear double its actual size. Large storage areas and minimalistic design add a more luxurious and elegant aesthetic.


Studio – Earls Court

This studio in central London has stone floors and white walls, which create a contrast in colour while the reflective floor is enhances its luxurious character. Minimal but very comfortable furniture was part the client’s brief.


Apartment – Moscow Road

This bedroom with an en suite bathroom is entirely white. The two rooms are separated by a glass wall and a long floor to ceiling white curtain. This is an unusual approach but a unique one too.


Apartment – Long Acre Road

This simple bedroom and free standing furniture are based off the idea from the client. The client wanted to change the design constantly by being able to easily move the furniture around.


Apartment – Berkeley Square

This slick and shiny kitchen contains full height cupboards and a large island making it ideal for cooking large meals. The wooden kitchen top creates a more homely feel to this space.


Apartment – Exhibition Road

This large bathroom with double sinks has a simple design. The large industrial lights on the top of the sinks add a particularly special character to the room.

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