This apartment has a fabulous postcode and needed an interior to match. The overriding issues were low ceilings and a lack of natural light which we solved by using a light colour palette with monochrome features to make sure the overall mood wasn't too sterile.
Although the living space is open-plan, the client wanted the kitchen to blend in rather than be a focal point, so we used neutral tones and a floating wood table to make sure the eye wasn't drawn immediately to it.
We also removed the original bedroom wall and installed a crittell door to allow light from the window to flood through the property. The glass in the door turns opaque at the touch of a button.
With no natural light source in a bathroom, the safest colour is always white - however a few Day True magic touches such as black fittings and genius lighting solutions mean that even the simplest of bathrooms can still look bang on trend.