Location: London, England
Built in 1844 in the Belgravia district of Chester Square in London, this Grade II listed house exhibits a pleasing contrast between the modernity of the interiors and the classicism of the exterior.
A monochromatic color scheme was used throughout the residence to bring balance to the contemporary design.
In the master bathroom remodel, white marble and chrome fixtures are combined to bring a functional and timeless aesthetic to this space.
The kitchen was designed with sleek hardwood cabinetry in rich, bold tones. The stone countertops add an organic element to this design which is well appointed and classically beautiful.