Intarya was briefed to design a duplex apartment at the high profile Lancaster’s development.
It was therefore important to maximise the apartment’s distinctive architectural details such as the impressive double height ceiling of the Reception Room. Floor to ceiling joinery either side of the fireplace does this to excellent effect, using grey stained sycamore in a high gloss finish with antique mirroring to add to the glamorous feel of the interior. living room sofa - aneeshnice
The living room was restored to be a bright and crisply appointed space for entertaining and music. The original douglas fir flooring was refinished and complimented by the pale green painted trim.
Photographer: Bruce Damonte rozeta, okno, ściany - splendor_nieba
This is a traditional Victorian terraced house with a double reception room separated by huge wooden doors. The front half is used as a living room where the family like to relax and watch TV, or sit when they are entertaining family and friends. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball All White, and the skirting in Cornforth White. The floorboards are original, sanded and stained. Bright colours (purple sofa with lime green cushions) help inject colour whilst the black and white pattern, the glass and mirror finishes help keep the look stylish and chic. window mesh without curtain - devyani_personal
Open living and dining room gives an unobstructed view to the rear yard through large French doors. A continuous wall of built-in cabinets provides tons of storage with the stone wall and fireplace demarcating the two spaces. The ceiling heights have been raised two feet to ten feet overall creating a generous volume. The whole house is radiant heated using a Warmboard sub-floor product. living room - kalyani_alshi