A family of 4 based in Hampstead in a Edwardian property ground floor flat contacted us to help with their home. The client is Indian and her husband is french so there is a mixture of interior tastes, almost opposites in terms of design, so it was important to be able to get the balance of this right to make sure everyone was happy. They also have 2 young children so we had to incorporate them into our thinking when designing the space and making decisions with materials and fabrics.
The clients requested furniture to make a more functional and practical home. We sourced and designed bespoke pieces such as the DK3 unit that was created to facilitate over 1000 books as well as supplying a bespoke credenza from Knoll for the basement room – which was only possible because of NW3’s long-standing relationship with Knoll.
We also supplied other furnishings and decorations across throughout the home. The master bed headboard was designed in leather, as proposed by the client and was made higher than usual to compensate for their high ceilings, filling the room and adding a luxurious feel. We installed large thick curtains to compliment the room and frame the windows whilst also installing black out blinds that were fused onto a beige silk with hints of gold to amplify the luxe aesthetic.