The interior design project brief for this luxury ski chalet was to create a highly comfortable mountain retreat, suitable for family winter ski holidays and entertaining. Providing 580 sq. meters of living, dining and bedroom spaces, each room has bespoke design features and carefully selected finishes.
In the principal open-plan living and dining room, a fireplace with contemporary design takes center stage. In this interior design project, rich fabric tones and dark timber hues contrast with the paler wall and floor finishes, creating an elegant and sumptuous entertaining space.
In this snowy interior design project, hand-crafted detailing relates directly to the chalet’s mountain location, where specialist, artisan trades are still utilized to achieve very high-quality finishes. A stone-topped occasional table has a hand-finished appearance whilst being sophisticated and timeless in style.
The bespoke forged and turned staircase plunges through five levels of the chalet! A unique balustrade of ‘frozen’ glass spindles, made to our own interior design, cascades downwards like icicles, shimmering against the backdrop of a dark, beaded wallpaper that links each floor. The perfect amount of elegance in one of the most beautiful and luxury ski chalets.
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In this interior design project, the bespoke forged and turned staircase plunges through five levels of the chalet! A unique design of a balustrade of ‘frozen’ glass spindles, made to our own design, cascades downwards like icicles, shimmering against the backdrop of a dark, beaded wallpaper that links each floor.
This master en-suite bathroom from this interior design project is a compellingly romantic setting, a timeless retreat in a mountain hideaway! The snowy whiteness of marble and the white gold mosaic accents create a classic backdrop for the inviting tub bath and the bespoke vanity unit, finished richly in Macassar ebony in this luxury chalet.