Today on homify, we have an elegant and contemporary interior fit-out instated inside this London detached house by Urban Cape Interiors. The colour palette is a melange of neutral tones and the occasional pop of colour, complemented by exciting wall art and stoic pieces of furniture that possess a certain sculptural quality. You'll definitely be wowed by the difference of each room, showing that it's definitely possible to inject as much personality and individuality as the client wants into their home. Take a look…
An open plan living and dining area is one of the most coveted types of living arrangements a person can have—and it's not hard to see why. Entertainment is made easier as creating an environment than is conducive to interaction and conversation. It's also a great way to ensure you can always keep an eye on your kids—not matter what mischief they get up to! In this space, it's possible to open up to the garden outside, allowing the sweet smells of summer and spring to enter. It also creates a constantly changing canvas for the occupants when the seasons change outside. You can just imagine how beautiful the view of a garden blanketed in snow would be come winter time.
The living area behind the dining room table oozes with elegance and style. From the curvaceous coffee table that takes on a sculptural form, to the slightly bowed couches that appear to hug the space. The icing on the cake is the large framed photograph of Marilyn Monroe which adds a necessary touch of drama and fun.
Unlike the room above, this sitting room has been injected with personality and colour. From the vibrant and decorative wall art, to the chevron patterned throw pillows, it's clear that the owner of this apartment has a creative and quirky side. The L-shaped sofa creates a more intimate living room, segregating it from the open place nature of the space to the rear.
Just like the other rooms in the house, the bathroom has an overwhelming feeling of spaciousness. Unlike traditional bedrooms, there are no doors or heavy partitions in sight that would usually suck up those precious rays of sunlight. In this instance, you can see the bathroom and wardrobe areas. You'll notice that the design has a fluid, uninterrupted nature.
The bathroom is a sea of white and pale tones which come together harmoniously to create a serene and inspiring space. You can just imagine how pleasant it would be to start your day in this space feeling regenerated and relaxed and even finish up once all the schedules and daily grind are over.
To see another home receive an exciting interior makeover, check out the following ideabook: Petite London flat with big style