Best Cocktail Parties, Gatherings and Special Installations from the World’s Best Design Influences Today we are going to show all you need to know about the cocktail parties and gatherings you really can’t afford to miss during London Design Festival 2018. Well, we don’t know about you, but here at […]
There is something special about London Interior Designers not just because they have that special taste for the area but also because of the fashion influence that you breathe
once you get in the city.
We had the oportunity to visit one of the studios that inspire us and makes us want to create more unique and exclusive pieces. Here you have the TOP 5 David Collins UK Projects.
Contemporary Family Home
This newly built four storied family home is minimal in terms of colour scheme was created for a private clientin. With six ensuite bedroom and 1790 square meters, this home’s furniture has been designed by David Collins Studio exclusively for this project.
Elegant Grade II Listed Villa, London
This five bedroom home features a collection of eclectic, whimsical and refined twentieh century antiques together with bespoke David Collins Studio furniture and lighting.
The home utilizes a wide palette of colours and materials like yellow leather card table and chairs and a study panelled in lavender lacquer.
Lime Wood Hotel, New Fores, Hampshire
Lime Wood Hotel is the David Collins Studio interpretation of the English Country House Hotel. The hotel is the winner of the 2012 Hotel Awards, Spa Trophy Relais & Chateaux, “Best Hotel for Ambience&Design Condé Nast Traveller 2011 and much more.
The Apartment at the Connaught, Mayfair, London
The apartment created for the Maybourne Hotel Group has been designed as the private home of a collector, offering a glimpse into the private world of cultured luxury.
With two bedrooms and bathrooms, the apartmen offers a private balcony, a private dining room and a double height drawing room crafted into the eaves of the Connaught Hotel.
Claridge’s Bar, Mayfair, London
Claridge’s bar is an Art Deco bar located within London’s best-known grand dame, Claridge’s, a hotel known for its Design Heritage.