Design Style: Modern
Location: Kensington, London
This project required the complete refurbishment of a two-bedroom apartment (with an area layout of 80 m²) in a listed building located in the heart of Kensington, London. Every step of the project was managed thoroughly, including acquiring listed building consent, drawing up a detailed design for every room in the apartment, finalising the tender and completing the construction with some input from the client regarding the furniture, fixtures, and equipment.
This refurbishment, which was completed successfully as per the client’s wishes, was concluded in the summer of 2019.
A host of new materials were brought in to ensure first-rate results, including new bespoke timber floors, bespoke joinery, as well as brand-new doors and finishes for select surfaces and areas.
Part of this full-on renovation included a new design for the kitchen. Showing off the modern style with exquisite precision, the new kitchen places a big emphasis on convenience and functionality, as well as a less-is-more design.
A wealth of details were scattered about, including the superior finishes which can be seen on the wardrobe doors and prime lighting fixtures.
Modern light strips were added to select spaces, as can be seen in the interior of this hallway closet.
Parquet flooring in a chevron pattern subtly leads one into the main bedroom. Notice how the floor’s darker hues delightfully contrast with the light-tinted walls, furnishings, and ceiling.
In addition to a brand-new kitchen, this project also entailed new bathrooms for a sleek, modern cleansing space.
Oversized tiles clad up the floor and flow up against select walls, including the shower and focal wall behind the sink / bathroom mirror.
A creamier colour palette was chosen for the second bathroom. Here, a chevron pattern deliciously stands out from the rest of the bathroom and coats up the shower space, making it become much more prominent.
A slight golden trim neatly frames the wooden floors below the skirting board, effectively mimicking the finishes of the wardrobe doors and select lighting fixtures.