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Egerton Crescent

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Black wooden carved side table in front of a wall with hand drawn wall paper
Seating area on landing with bright blue built in sofas and Moroccan style wall lights and tables

Egerton Crescent

 

For this Grade II-listed Kensington townhouse, the brief was clear: to create a welcoming home for the client’s family, with interiors that reflected their passions and complemented the existing architecture.

Having discussed the client’s love for travel, and settled on a moody palette with pops of colour, the Harrods Interior Design team set about creating a fluid and functional layout, mapping out key areas. First up was the kitchen, which was redesigned with entertaining in mind – the space was completely transformed with the addition of a kitchen island, breakfast bar and fireplace; sleek and contemporary finishes throughout; and a Sonos sound system. Unsurprisingly, it has since become the client’s favourite room.

In the living room, to maximise the natural light flooding in through floor-to-ceiling windows, the designers played with oyster, silver and plum. The dark plum accents (including the super-soft velvet sofas) suited the client’s preference for deep, rich hues, while the paler silver tones instantly brightened the space. Coupled with bespoke joinery in a dark timber veneer and a Stellare Piccolo chandelier in Venetian glass by Donghia, the effect was one of opulent sophistication.

Other favourite elements include the Moroccan snug under the stairs – a cosy space for reading; and the dramatic hand-painted feature wall in the dining room, where a Chinoiserie landscape by Fromental is paired with Christopher Guy’s Fabergé drinks cabinet.

Kitchen and dining room area with breakfast bar and television over the fireplace
Small grey armchair next to window

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