Holland Park House

This house dating from 1840's is the London home to an Anglo/Turkish couple and their children. The considered and beautifully curated collection of antiques, books, objects and art was such an inspiring starting point.

The main reception room has three distinct areas: an organic form deep-buttoned conversation piece covered in pistachio green upholstery silk greets the visitor; leading to an elegant formal seating area framed and backlit by a bay window overlooking the garden and finally to a bridge table. Walls throughout this space have a specialist paint effect of faux parchment.

The house had little remaining of the original interior architectural details, which gave us the opportunity to add our own detailing: cornices, arches, wall panels, joinery and balustrades.