By combining all the conveniences of modern living, this new-built Kensington House in London was comprised of a very generously proportioned interior features. The client have commissioned the british architects and interior designers SHH to create a complete interiors scheme for this contemporary house. The result is the artfully interior design of reception room, large formal dining room, family room, cozy cinema room, indoor pool room, the master suite, 5 further bedrooms and en suite bathrooms, all spaces was designed with state-of-the-art AV and comfort cooling, without compromising on space and traditional proportions. Each room was arranged with different ambience to suit the needs of an international couple with a large family.
Upper ground level consists of the entrance hall floor with Buffon limestone, a free-floating staircase and the principle reception room. The garden side of the room using low Italian style modular seating in the form of the Dune by Emmemobile from EDC. The family room is comfortable, warm and airy, decorated using soft creams and natural shades. The wall covering is a basket weave vinyl by Vescom UK with the floor consisting of layers of sumptuous carpet by Stark Carpets. The formal dining room, using minimalist Italian table, the Raj from Galotti and Radici and chairs from Minotti. The Pool/Leisure level is located in the basement of the house and encompasses the cinema, utility room, large pool leisure room, plant room and staff quarters. The cinema room is never the less a great family sized entertainment area with 62 inch plasma screen TV and accompanying speakers. The master bedroom entirely painted in off-white, includes a mezzanine entrance foyer which overlooks the front door and entrance foyer below, a large his and hers bathroom, a dressing room and the bedroom. Bedroom two was designed to reflect the taste of a young stylish, Bedroom 3 has a slightly more 60’s feel to it, bedroom 4 is the turquoise bedroom, Bedroom 5 was designed according to the strict oriental theme and the Bedroom 6 belongs to the oldest sibling in the family.