The riverside apartment in south London has a hallway with an impressive large-scale print and concealed storage, an open-plan living/kitchen/dining space, a master bedroom, bathroom and dressing room, a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a guest cloakroom and a terrace.
Gastone Rinaldi for Poltrona Frau at EDC London
Grey felt, pale blue velvet, baby-soft leather and smoked dark glass, mixed with wood exude a rough-around-the-edges feel in this modern living room. Neutral walls and ceilings help to showcase the oversized framed photographs and art works.
The owner makes the most of a stunning view by choosing pale greys and wooden furniture for a classy look that doesn’t detract attention from the picture window. A pair of plants on the balcony help to soften the hard lines of the building.
Parts off this open-plan living space have been sectioned off with a storage unit to create different zones of interest. A piece of visual artwork is a great way to break up a blank wall.
Lots of shallow wardrobe storage compartments help to clothing and accessories neatly in their place, but also easily visible. Pick a modular system so you can position sections where you need them most.