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Belgravia Apartment


I designed this fitted library which doubles as a breakfast room, painted in olive drab, with a handsome plaster cornice all around. The massive, pedimented central unit holds drinks, TV and so on behind the silver-leafed mirrored doors, with big pull-out shelf units either side for DVDs with my bronze Snake handles.


A detail of the marble chimneypiece, parchment-painted walls and a Ben Nicholson abstract painting with some modern pottery.


The bathroom had cabinets with inset panels of painted Moghul flowers alternating with open doors hung with pleated fabric. I used raised, round mouldings on the doors to give them style.


This is a duplex apartment on the lower floors of a big house near Eaton Square. I painted the walls in a patchwork of squares of different tones of parchment, which worked well with the honey-coloured parquet floor and the client's fascinating collection of pictures and furniture. In the middle is my first X-Frame stool, with chunky wooden legs.


A detail showing the effect of the silver-leaf mirror, the silvering done for me by DKT Studios.


The apartment has a low entrance hall, squeezed under the landing of the original staircase, with several ugly beams breaking it up. I added extra false beams with mouldings between to give a coffered effect. With glossy, black floorboards the space feels quite different. I designed a simple oak banister for the stair and used my Sabre desk and Sheaf chair.


I extended the client's bedroom into the courtyard garden, making diagonally glazed windows all along to flood the space with light and give a nice corner for her writing table.