With new developments going up all the time, and inimitable heritage buildings and properties being refurbished every other day in London, we thought it was time to peruse some of the most outstanding designs. Here we bring you our pick of 10 amazing luxury residential interiors in London and the tips from the top interior designers that made them happen.

    1. House in Belgravia designed by Lawson Robb/photographed by Tom Sullam

      “This house challenged the standard design of a lot of properties in this area, with a central spiral staircase connecting the living spaces. The dining room was spacious but intimate, highlighted by a New England/Old school luxury feel that ran through the rest of the house.” – Tom

    2. Duplex Apartment in Hyde Park designed by Katharine Pooley

      “Bronze gives warmth and richness without dominating a room. It complements other metallic finishes whilst remaining understated and has a timeless quality which we wanted to bring to this project. The jewel of the apartment is the split-level dining room that we wanted to come to life at dusk when daylight fades over the park. The effect of the chandelier and bronze tones creates an aura of bygone elegance but is matched by the sophistication of the 21st century.” – Katharine

    3. Apartment in Chelsea designed by Martin Brudnizki

      “With its tall ceilings and original features, the beauty of the building was undeniable. The essence of my design was to create stylish sophistication, and whether day or night, to provide a perfect scene for any social engagement. As I feel that lighting is critical to any project, I made sure to optimise this element and to create a warm and charming space in which to entertain.” – Martin

    4. Apartment in Islington designed by Sophie Paterson

      “I love the luxurious yet funky fabrics we have used such as crushed velvet and leopard print to reflect the owners career as a fashion designer.” – Sophie

    5. The Belgrave Penthouse at Bramah House in Grosvenor Waterside designed by Helen Green Design

      “This fresh look is created through bold use of contrasting colour, texture and pattern accented with gold details”. – Helen Green Design Studio

    6. Upper Philimore Gardens in Kensington designed by Joanna Wood

      “I love the property because it is a reflection of our classic contemporary style and is perfect for living and entertaining today.” – Joanna

    7. Penthouse in St Pancras Chambers designed by Thomas Griem

      “TG-Studio has transformed a three-bedroom penthouse located in the grade-one listed St Pancras chambers. The apartment covers three floors of the west tower of the famous London landmark. The lower open floor plan is laid out as a relaxed kitchen zone, dining area and TV watching area.” – TG-Studio

    8. Apartment in Marylebone designed by Oro Bianco/photographed by Tom Sullam

      “The apartment and design felt like a Parisian flat, with long elegant corridors leading to different sections of the property, but with the central living space forming the prime focus for the family.” – Tom

    9. The Gold Room at Lancaster House designed by Lee Broom

      “Championing British design and manufacturing is something I feel passionate about and this centrepiece backs the best of UK creativity – it’s a hugely valuable opportunity.” – Lee

    10. House in Kensington designed by Haka Design/photographed by Tom Sullam

      “Basements in London are now the norm, but this one in particular felt like a first floor space – high ceilings, flooded with daylight and very much central to the rest of the property.” – Tom

Credits: Compiled by Alexandra O’Brien. Photography by Tom Sullam