In this inviting and discreetly luxurious Belgravia home, the interior designers at London design firm
Helen Green Design created an open plan living and dining area ideal for entertaining, using a cohesive palette of textured wall coverings and specialist finishes that flow seamlessly from room to room, punctuated by statement art and lighting. 66
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Pillars frame the entrance to this Grade II listed townhouse located within the Belgravia Conservation Area in Central London.
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There is a focus on natural materials in the entrance hall, which has been kept light, fresh, and inviting.
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Textured wall coverings, specialist finishes, and geometric patterns come together in a summery palette of gold,
citrine, sapphire, and cobalt blue within the principal drawing room.
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Bold artwork is part of the final dressing and has been sourced from international art fairs, supporting young emerging
artists. Each piece of furniture is bespoke and hand made within the UK.
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The sophisticated and serene living space embraces color and texture. The challenge was to achieve the right balance
between showcasing the Regency character of the building and creating a modern
luxury living environment.
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The living room furnishings include the Helen Green Collection
Juno Centre Table with gilt metal legs and contrast veneer, shown in the Betulla finish.
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The bespoke hand-made kitchen is marble and wood with seating for four.
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The kitchen and living space are combined into one spacious room, which includes a games and study area and embrace the
inner courtyard garden with retractable glass roof.
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The style is relaxed with dining for ten within the open living area, creating an informal social space.
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All the colors and textures have been inspired by nature to create an elegant and harmonious environment. The spatial sequence is considered in a
tactile way, so that there is natural flow between rooms.
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Easy glamour is the theme for the study, a space that is personal and inviting. All joinery is bespoke with gold trim.
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The Helen Green Design Collection
Getty Chair in cobalt blue velvet with contrasting gold piping contributes to the laidback luxury of the study.
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Gold and jewel tones are used within the master bedroom suite. The period features remain with the cornicing of the room
rounded and elaborate, creating a space that is both timeless and elegant
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Reflective mother of pearl wallpaper brushed with hues of silver and gold is used in the dressing room.
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The chic book-ended marble master bathroom is fresh and crisp.
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The color theme continues in the second bedroom with dove blue and gold tones.
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White marble is used throughout the guest en-suite.