With the 1920s Art-Deco Regency period of the building in mind, we wanted to create an updated traditional kitchen in line with the grandeur of the Apartment.
The small space limited the number of finished we could use, so we choose three in total. The black, white and green colour scheme works back to the whole apartment.
The doors have been panelled in a simple single step to add a more traditional silhouette and the overhead cupboard have a glass front to display the client's beautiful glass and dinnerware. We chose green, as there was no natural light and we wanted to really make the space pop with a bit of vibrancy.
For the bathroom, we used traditional styles, but gave them a fresh, updated look. The space was small, so we kept the number of different materials to a minimum. The black and white theme ties in with the kitchen and the whole apartment.
Creating a sophisticated, moody bachelor pad using a dark palette – that was the brief for this two-bedroom apartment.
Maximising space was key, and two striking features of this apartment are the coffered ceilings, which mark different areas, and the black-stained timber walls, which double as cabinets. The largely open-plan area utlises natural light yet features stunning black hues throughout in a variety of treatments such as sheer curtains, mirrored Italian vintage coffee tables, and luxe carpet.
Elsewhere, grey stucco walls add softness and texture, enriched by accents of intense turquoise.