The design studio from the top interior designer, Helen Green, has brought back to the contemporary era, a classical composition of a former cinema in an old Edwardian school, in London.
The new interior design project created by the British studio Helen Green Design coexists with the heritage of an old school. Several subtle references recall this fact in the current apartment of 462 square meters, for example, the glass bar handmade by artisans evokes to the galaxy.
The current interior design aims to maximize light. The floor has double height ceilings that accentuate the feeling of spacious and offers spectacular views towards the gardens of Kings Chelsea. The main hall was conceived to create intimate areas, as if they were niches, to sit down. In addition, an audiovisual room seems to float above the dining room, which is accessed from the library by means of a spiral staircase.
The goal of the Helen Green Design team was to protect the integrity of the building and to revive it. As references were added to its old-school function through pieces such as the Victorian desk in the living room, the curio cabinet, the wood panels, the chimneys.
In the luxury dining room, the emerald green chairs and orange bar stools draw attention while in the four bedrooms, the tones are lighter and softer. In the main room, green touches and creams with copper and gold details create a serene atmosphere.
Both neutral colors, rich textures, and modern furniture were chosen to experience a modern and luxurious lifestyle that was both comfortable and functional, as on the terrace, which becomes an unexpected oasis in the middle of the city.