Adam Design has given a new lease of life to a Kensington flat, creating a luxurious Pied-a-terre for an international clientele.
Renovation of a large period mansion flat.
The plan was reconfigured to create a master suite, dressing and bathroom and two generous bedrooms, each with their own ensuite bathrooms. The lounge area is connected to the dining area and has the option of being directly accessed via the kitchen or can be sealed off. A guest cloakroom, laundry and lobby
The most powerful and arresting feature is the introduction of three over height bespoke glass and bronze double pocket doors piercing through the long internal corridor. Allowing the kitchen to become part of the huge living space and facilitate open plan living. They create wonderful light that emphasises the newly added panelling.
The use of texture on the walls, carpets, furniture, fixtures and accessories works in harmony with the neutral palette to open and warm the space, whilst the artistic light fixtures ensure the flat feels unique. I created a plain background and injected a strong kind of design approach within.
Against the backdrop of this restored period flat, the decoration is luxurious, innovative, and current. This scheme is carefully curated, and many features are bespoke, such as the chocolate marble fireplace, upholstered master wardrobes, eglomise mirrored panels and commissioned art that adds a cool and contemporary flair to the plush surroundings.