The owners wanted to put their own mark on this large open-plan kitchen, so they chose dark wood kitchen units and a concrete island with a stainless steel worktop. A pink neon light shines from underneath the island unit and an iconic Jackie Onasis pop art print greets you as you enter the kitchen.
The dining area makes up part of the vast ground floor kitchen, which is also where the laundry room, utility room and downstairs WC is. The white floor tiles throughout and neutral walls give the space a uniform look, but the mix of designer furniture and bright pop art prints add personality and modern luxe appeal.
Visit The Conran Shop for Philippe Stark chairs and a similar dining table.
Why hide your favourite shoes in your wardrobe? The owner has displayed this pair in a perspex box on top of a red cabinet found in Egypt. It's little personal touches like this that stop a modern, designer home looking like a showroom and add a unique take on glamour.
In the double reception room, low-slung Italian furniture rubs shoulders with a massive Louis XVI-style sofa upholstered in black leather with a dramatic painting of David above it. During the summer this opulent living space is a party home, the glass doors on the ground and first floor are flung open so that friends can move about easily; lounging in one room and dancing in another.
Brissi have Louis XVI-style furniture.
The striking mosaic tiles in the bathroom sparkle with azure, sea green and purple hues. The floor-to-ceiling mosaic tiles, minimal storage and freestanding ceramic bath ensure this bathroom is a blissful haven of relaxation.