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4 products for 4 rooms

June 17, 2013

I’m running a series of blog posts, each covering product recommendations. This week I am featuring some of the products specified for a penthouse scheme we are currently working on. We are featuring 4 products for 4 different rooms.

Living

When you are furnishing a very large space you obviously need a lot of furniture, but the cost of this can quickly add up. In addition to the regular seating I like to add cheaper occasional chairs to finish a decoration scheme. For this project I have specified the Bouji chair from made.com – for only £199 they are a complete steal.

Dining

The dining room on this project has a view of the London skyline so I wanted to include skyline images in the dining area, but also reflect that the owner is from New York. We’ve settled on the New York Toile wallpaper from Timorous Beasties to create a feature wall in the dining room. It will remind the owner of home, whilst adding a fun element to the interior design of the apartment.

Bedroom

We are using a large upholstered bed for the project so needed some simple contemporary furniture with little extra detail. The Treviso range from John Lewis fits the requirement perfectly. The furniture has a high gloss finish and is available in four different colours, we’ve chosen the Bronze colour for this project.

Bathroom

Encaustic tiles have become very popular again with the latest trend for geometric patterns in the home. The Henley tile from Topps Tiles is a good choice for adding pattern to your bathroom floor. I’d suggest you team it up with a plain wall tile to finish the look. These tiles are 45cm square and around £50 sq m.

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  1. July 18, 2013 1:42 pm

    I like the paving in the kitchen (?) We have similar paving in bathroom in our project in Prague:

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