Our interior design studio worked for two years on an elegant white stucco town house, just off Pembridge Square. Working together with a client appointed architect, our scope of work included a full interior design scheme covering bathroom designs as well as principle reception rooms and bedroom designs, finishes throughout, lighting and small power drawings, as well as colours.
The powder room design was the smallest space in the house and it was located on the upper ground floor at the end of the hall. The client wanted a room that would impress and astound and we spent many hours trawling showrooms and the internet, to find the perfect decorations. We were lucky enough to be the first people to be presented with the new Flamingo design, painted on tarnished silver gilded paper, by world renowned wall paper house De Gournay and we knew immediately that this was exactly what we were after. It took some time to work out the best panels to use as there were 4 elevations but one was interrupted by a window and we had a bespoke marble basin and mirror hanging in the middle of the long elevation. We finally settled on the scale and location of the birds and decided to use the paper on one short wall and one long wall. Opposite the long wall we had the entrance door to the room on the elevation and the door itself was another intricate design created by the designers so we thought it would be a good idea to mirror this wall making the most of the new papered wall.