A duplex in Mayfair that any Londoner would want. This floor of almost 400 m2 shows that you can continue living in Mayfair, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods with more history in London, and at the same time open up to more contemporary designs and very modern interior design.
The founders of studio No.12, Katie Earl and Emma Rayner, have undergone a profound remodeling and were consistent with the contemporary approach for this interior design that characterizes all their projects, despite being in a neighborhood like that.
This blue velvet sofa is the protagonist of this living room design.
In the lounge’s interior design also stands out the bench with soft pink skin in front of an old fireplace.
The modern brass chandelier hanging on the dining table is a collaboration of 101 Copenhagen and Norr11.
The idea of a luxury kitchen is taken to the last detail. For the kitchen island, a Calacatta marble was chosen to make it even more special. A brilliant whiteness and gray veins that decorate this kitchen design naturally.
In the main bedroom, the headboard is made to measure graphite suede and contrast with velvet cushions. Here, the interior design is very sleek.
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The color palette chosen is sober and refined. Neutral tones predominate, such as white and gray, but a lot of different textures are played. Decorative art is the perfect statement decor piece for any area of a luxury interior design.
Apart from taking into consideration all the modern art that was added, care was also taken with the details of the chimneys and the delicate moldings of the doors.
There is marble even in the bathroom. After all, it’s still Mayfair.
Source: AD ES
Photo: Tina Hillier
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