Open plan lounge and dining room in a Penthouse in Cheshire, 2014
Open plan lounge and dining room in a Penthouse in Cheshire, 2014

This vast Penthouse looks cosy with plush velvet sofas, shaggy pile rugs and luxurious carpet. The soft, light colours selected for the main elements of the interiors create a restful surrounding and a neutral backdrop for the splashes of colour in accessories. Varied textures on the cushions and throw overs add a playful element to otherwise sophisticated look. Certain pieces retain an air of classical elegance, whereas others are thoroughly contemporary, with up to date finishes and muted colours. The chosen unusual hand blown glass Italian lighting for the lounge and dining areas and tables with artfully designed chrome bases from Portugal show clients’ individuality. Next to them, the more classical pieces instantly look “up to date”.
The abstract printed silk from Belgium with a clever stitching detail works beautifully on the Roman blinds finished off with metallic pelmets, used throughout the property. Sculptures, vases and dishes were carefully selected to enhance the interior and to become focal points.

Date: 2014

Open plan lounge and dining room in a Penthouse in Cheshire, 2014

This vast Penthouse looks cosy with plush velvet sofas, shaggy pile rugs and luxurious carpet. The soft, light colours selected for the main elements of the interiors create a restful surrounding and a neutral backdrop for the splashes of colour in accessories. Varied textures on the cushions and throw overs add a playful element to otherwise sophisticated look. Certain pieces retain an air of classical elegance, whereas others are thoroughly contemporary, with up to date finishes and muted colours. The chosen unusual hand blown glass Italian lighting for the lounge and dining areas and tables with artfully designed chrome bases from Portugal show clients’ individuality. Next to them, the more classical pieces instantly look “up to date”.
The abstract printed silk from Belgium with a clever stitching detail works beautifully on the Roman blinds finished off with metallic pelmets, used throughout the property. Sculptures, vases and dishes were carefully selected to enhance the interior and to become focal points.

Date: 2014