Smart, unisex and fuss-free, the living room exhibits classic style know-how with a careful cocktail of versatile furniture paired with a twist on the popular blue and white colour palette. Choosing a dusk blue and pearly neutrals in favour of the more high-contrast colour duo makes the space remarkably timelessness whilst being warm and inviting.
A tailored L-shaped sofa, in a refined silver hue, and accent blue velvet smart tub chairs with a unique cut-out back detail divided by a circular cut out shelf side table by Smania, maximise space and comfort with a design staying power that defies trends. Sculptural metal shelving units – a mark of modern interiors – stand effortlessly as a unique and functional backdrop to the space, providing an instant focal point with personality-injecting potential, especially when filled with the collection’s decor of choice, artistic coloured glass vases. And making the case for less-is-more design (as well as the increasingly popular trend of doubling up), two matching barely-there glass and powder-coated steel coffee tables, on a stone and ivory maze-like rug, complete the stylish seating arrangement. Overhead, waterfall-like tiers of crystal suspend, adding shimmers of light, and spotlit monochromatic abstract artwork spin a creative flair.
“Without a doubt, this is the London look at the moment”, says Linda, “Our high-end clients love a rich neutral base – which is the more flattering neutral for cloudy London weather than all grey neutrals – with cooler accent colours, like deep blues, to keep the look feeling modern. The L-shaped sofa is extremely popular for small city apartments because it maximises the foot print. And the chaise section is always fought over for relaxing of course!”