61, Fitzjohns Avenue, Hampstead, London, NW3

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Fitzjohns Avenue

This building comprises a selection of six residential apartments all constructed and fitted out to the highest standard and situated less than a 10 minute walk from Hampstead High Street with all it wonderful shops, restaurants and cafes. There is easy access to Central London via local buses and the Hampstead and Swiss Cottage Underground Stations

 

New i.d Interiors were commissioned to design and furnish the show apartment. Victoria Kember the lead designer said “The client asked for a luxurious timeless interior. The internal spec was high so we needed to compliment this with the furniture. The base of the design was neutral, with interest being brought in with stand-out elements and pops of colour being added with soft furnishings. In the living room a concrete arched console really brought a sense of contemporary stylishness to the space, which contrasted to the style of rug to give the design personality. The bedrooms equally had their own sense of style with use of colours, textures and different furniture finishes.

The use of mirrors above the bedsides and large abstract artwork above the headboard in the master bedroom really made for a luxurious feel. The second bedroom had more of a fun personality with a mustard headboard, black and white accessories and geometric wooden chest.

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The client asked for a luxurious timeless interior. The internal spec was high so we needed to compliment this with the furniture. The base of the design was neutral, with interest being brought in with stand-out elements and pops of colour being added with soft furnishings. In the living room a concrete arched console really brought a sense of contemporary stylishness to the space, which contrasted to the style of rug to give the design personality. The bedrooms equally had their own sense of style with use of colours, textures and different furniture finishes. The use of mirrors above the bedsides and large abstract artwork above the headboard in the master bedroom really made for a luxurious feel. The second bedroom had more of a fun personality with a mustard headboard, black and white accessories and geometric wooden chest.

Victoria Kember

Lead Designer

Victoria Kember

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