Today we are going to show you a modern house in London’s Hampstead, that really caught our attention not only because of its incredible contemporary design but also because it features stunning mid-century floor lamps that made us fall in love.
This beautiful interior design project was designed by London-based studio Black & Milk, that has used a neutral color scheme with rich textures to upgrade the interior of this property completed last year.
Wide oak boards cover the heated floors of the living spaces while hemp rugs sourced from Australia complement the natural fibre wallpaper of the open-planned lounge, which opens onto the garden through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Black & Milk was brought on board to update the interior for its new owner, who agreed it was “time to ditch the ‘vanilla’ and inject some personality” into the home. “The house is minimal and contemporary, yet its decor was more suited to a period home with high ceilings,” said the studio. “The new owners wanted modern interior design, to complement the property’s exciting architecture.”
A textured wallpaper forms a feature wall in the colorful master bedroom, where a mustard velvet sofa that sits at the rear of a navy upholstered bed.
The loyal Coleman standing lamp is the ideal working buddy to be near your ofﬁce couch or desk. It has a sober elegance and it’s possible to regulate its height and direction at any time.
A contemporary fireplace and TV protrude from a monochrome chimney breast, creating a focal point for a range of seating, including a grey corner sofa and red leather Clarissa hood armchair designed by Patricia Urquiola.
“Creative styling transforms a good-looking house into a really personal and complete home. That’s why we spent lots of time choosing the right accessories and textiles,” said the studio.
Black timber forms the splashback of the kitchen, contrasting the flush white countertops to create a monochromatic space dotted with plants, which can be seen in every room of the house.
Rich textures continue through to the children’s bedrooms, with a large floral print wallpaper and pink curtains dressing the windows. “Dusky-rose curtains complement, to create a scheme that’s unexpected and not remotely babyish,” said the designers.
Frames which have been individually designed by the studio dress the international artwork collected by the clients and can be seen throughout the property.
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