Who hasn’t walked pass this luxury Italianate villa with a stucco-fronted in Holland Park impossible to pass without dreaming of living in! Who owns this London’s most expensive mansion are lucky enough to set foot inside this modern building and know that it is an effectively urban palace with beautiful proportions, high ceilings , expansive rooms and an impressive size! What is more, the house is so light that it seems to welcome the coming light, making it difficult to imagine that you’re in grey London. This flat, on the second floor of one of these Italianate grand buildings, reflects the grandeur that one would expect from such a place.
The living room was flooded with natural light despite its deeply dusky shade of the fabric-colored walls. A unique fireplace anchored the room while numerous mirrors to reflect light into the room, glass shelves and furnishings. In the dining room, this effect is applied in a better achieved rather a relatively narrow space it was visually doubled the room size by placing a mirrored wall and glass -topped dining table made this large piece of furniture unobtrusive and not bulky. The bedrooms are decorated in a completely different way – the wardrobes were fronted with mirrors to make a generous-sized bedroom feel even bigger. The decor of the interior using luxurious silk curtains, satin bedspreads and velvet headboard made the room feel like a luxurious boutique hotel. Even the guest room with its double-height black leather headboard, ebony side tables and dramatic black and white photography look subtly lifting a monochrome scheme into a new sphere. One of the key moments in the house, it is a favorite room in my opinion, it was the bathroom, and it is full of surprises. With acres of Carrara marble, a double-ended bath and a polished-concrete vanity, this was unmatched eye-catching luxury. This lovely home creates an ideal atmosphere for inspiration. You can also get inspired using some of our past articles Black Family Home In London By Domus Nova and Stylish townhouse in London-Clarendon Works, W11 to help get you started. Sumptuously!