In London’s residential borough Westbourne Gardens, there is a hidden gem to be discovered. This first-floor apartment was internally refurbished by Nimtim architects, resulting in a colourful yet peaceful urban retreat.
“The flat itself is small but with generous ceiling heights and a strong sense of its grand past”, state Nimtim architects. “The proposal seeks to retain this sense of space and grandeur by retaining the existing ceiling heights and allowing a reading of the entire space as one. Three new and distinct elements are added to the existing space - a small and compact kitchen, a stone-clad, marble-lined bathroom and bedroom wardrobes in cherry-wood veneer.”
A Sophisticated Look
For the interior design, the architects opted for a wonderful mix of materials and colour. The warmth of the deep cherry-wood veneer blends perfectly with the luxurious marble and a hint of gold finishing wardrobes and doors. The combination gives the flat a refreshing and sophisticated look. A pied-a-terre in London to dream of…