“As the property overlooked Regents Park we wanted to give a nod to the traditional heritage of the grounds and the area, so the design was one of updated traditional luxury rather than a super modern apartment design,” senior lead designer Joanne Quinn explains before Interiors Director Linda Holmes adds, “That’s right. We wanted to create something that suited the modern Londoner, since our clients were an international family, whilst maintaining the sense of refinement which the neighbourhood is so well-known for.”
The design team quickly set to work on the 4-bedroom property which required a full renovation. “Before we started, the apartment was very dated and lacking in life,” designer Rhiannan Evans reveals, “The lighting was old, aircon units [were] outdated and the flooring was worn out. We updated the base features by refreshing the flooring and rewiring the entire electrical circuits. The bathrooms were a very old style 70s design and were wasting lots of precious space. In an apartment, it’s crucial to make sure space is used correctly. We ripped these out along with the kitchen, and redesigned them to create maximum usage of the space.”
Now the space feels refreshed, but not just refreshed, well-dressed too.