1508 London is a London-based design studio that creates exceptional luxury interior design projects. 1508 London’s home decorating ideas embraces original interiors for the discerning clients.
Featured Project: Project PEARL
This duplex apartment occupies the ground and lower ground floor of a traditional regency villa in the heart of Belgravia.
The vast ceiling heights and large rooms lend an impressive sense of grandeur and scale. The design sensitively re-introduces period details set within a fresh, uncomplicated palette.
A mix of antiques, heritage pieces and new modern designs provide a classic and timeless feel.
Featured project : SINATRA
The period detailing had to be reintroduced in this Georgian property including the wall panelling, which looks very modern, but the classical elements ensure that it creates an elegant Georgian feeling.
The stonework panel staircase provides a focal point too. Notice the light on the ceiling above the stonework panel, helping to draw the eye to this feature and zoning the space too.
Featured project: DARCY
This Grade II listed Town House is an elegant mix of the modern line and intrinsic period features. This house lovingly takes on traditional tones that playfully contrast the building’s heritage with the contemporary.
We used bronze trimmed antique mirror, purposely offset, to frame the Regency fire place – bringing light, character and warmth to the room’s focal point.
Featured project: JEWEL
This Grade II listed Regents Park Terrace is a stunning marriage of subtle modernity and timeless classicism. We have inserted rich rosewood with understated contemporary detail whilst being truly respectful to the buildings original features. It is a reinterpretation of the old – a present day translation.
Modern panelling sits against the classic marble, separated by inlayed bronze trim that also acts as a handle detail – a striking collective of materials that sit beautifully together.
Featured project: KHAN
This Knightsbridge property is focused around light and dark. We created this design to dictate and sculptor light within the space and marry the conflict of function and aesthetic.
Light responds to dark volumes clad in smoked wood and leather, which seamlessly conceal and reveal a function.
A continuation of natural light is suggested through the lights intimate response to bespoke antique mirror – illuminating the space.
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