A large one-bedroom apartment with kitchen-diner, living room and bathroom in a period mansion block in London’s fashionable Marylebone.
The glamorous owner’s of this property wanted their home to have a luxurious, high-end feel. The well-connected couple, both of which work in the media, dine out most evenings so the apartment had to feel comfortable and relaxed yet polished and refined when they spent time or entertained friends here.
The apartment had expansive ceilings, generous rooms and large windows, so a rich palette of luxurious materials and dark tones was developed. Dark timber flooring runs throughout the living space, with high-gloss wood veneer cabinetry, black marble worktops and back-painted glass splashbacks in the glamorous kitchen.
In the living room a coffer ceiling was designed to allow for a dramatic lighting system, with concealed LEDs that can be easily controlled. Polished plaster walls and bespoke lacquered joinery by HUX London have a sophisticated air that perfectly offsets exclusive furniture by Christian Liagre, table lamps by Best & Lloyd and a rug by The Rug Company. The slick modern fireplace is flanked by bevel edged mirrored walls in the alcoves, reflecting light back into the room.
The rich, dark palette softens in the bedroom with polished plaster walls complemented by a pale wool herringbone carpet. A dramatic mirrored headboard with inset lighting and bedside tables by Birgit Israel give the feel of a five star hotel.
The bathroom is clad in piatra grey marble, with a mirrored wall behind a tradition-style freestanding bath. A bespoke double vanity unit is crafted in wenge wood veneer and marble with heritage brassware, while a dramatic LED lighting system runs overhead, concealed within a suspended ceiling.
The combination of these luxurious materials, rich tones and refined finishes is a high-end home that reflects and supports its inhabitant’s glamorous life.
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