Taylor Interiors created a luxury interior design concept for this stunning three-bedroom penthouse, with expansive living room and open plan kitchen, for a busy British family of four. The design successfully reimagined the interior in an ultra modern style, to evoke harmony and warmth.
The spacious living room gave the interior design team a unique opportunity to use a U shaped Vert Design sofa in light cream leather with a stainless steel design structure. An overhanging Phillipe Starck lamp made by Flos, a Sirecom rug and Galotti & Radice designed coffee tables compliments the stunning sofa. The living room’s most striking feature is a luxurious chandelier created from over five hundred tiny hand-made glass rings, supplied by the Italian company Vistosi who specialise in this Murano blown-glass technique.
A stylish and modern Siematic kitchen with sleek Siemens appliances was installed in a high gloss ivory lacquer. Taylor Interiors also supplied the kitchenware from German company WMF, Villeroy Boch and Riedel. The dining table is made of wenge and natural veneer and is accompanied by contemporary leather chairs in ivory by Bonaldo.
The master bedroom is furnished with Simform pieces, including a wenge bed with dark brown leather headboard, accompanied by Chivasso fabrics covering the Japanese blinds, bedspread and decorative cushions. The bed linen is by Italian designer Molteni.
Porcelanosa stainless steel mosaic tiles were used to decorate the master bathroom, together with scattered silver tiles and a wenge wash table, featuring silver Ciottolo basins by Duravit. A set of towels and bathrobes by Portuguese designer Abyss Habidecor add a special quality to the room.
The apartment is finished with stunning flooring created with Porcelanosa large format floor tiles in a light silver ‘Ferroker’ colour. Abstract paintings by Sabine Abfalterer and Bettina Nutchei decorate this unique penthouse, completing its unique, high-end interior design features.
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