Location, Location, Location...!
When our clients bought this flat near Tower Bridge they knew they'd have to address the dated kitchen, yellow tiled bathrooms, lighting and vinyl flooring. Luckily Adrienne was just a phone call away.
The design starting point was the client's collection of Asian furniture and artefacts. Adrienne made these the featured items in the flat, devising a neutral scheme so that the rich tone of the furniture would really come into its own. She sourced a contemporary black walnut table and chairs to compliment the other furniture. She designed a "floating wall" to house the large plasma television, as well as a Chinese-style A/V cabinet which was made in China of reclaimed Chinese elm. A new oak floor was laid throughout the main rooms of the flat to increase the sense of space.
The kitchen was given an ultra-modern look with handle-less bespoke white lacquered units, a granite worktop and glass splashbacks. Oak storage shelving and cupboards were designed for the Study, and Adrienne also designed the desk to meet the clients' specifications.
A small shower room was given the illusion of space with a fully-mirrored wall and limestone tiles. The en suite bathroom features a double-ended bath, black walnut joinery, limestone tiles and mirrored storage. Adrienne designed a walk-in dressing room adjacent to the master bedroom, maximizing the narrow space with shelves, drawers, double- and single-hanging, and pull-out shoe drawers.
© Adrienne Chinn - London
Photo Credit - Magdalena Plewa-Ould