Battersea Painters Decorators were once again instructed by our interior design client to do interior decorating at Battersea Power Station. Enviably, this two bedroom two bathroom luxury apartment boasts views of the River Thames and Battersea Pier.
Guest Bedroom – we applied Wattle III 563 to headboard wall and the wall opposite the bed which gave a neutral look and feel.
Entrance and Hallway was also painted in Wattle V 565.
Our Battersea painters and decorators applied the premium soft chalky paint skilfully to ensure clean sharp lines around other colours and surfaces that were not to be painted including white wood skirting and adjacent exposed original brick walls and black iron girders.
Success for Battersea Painters Decorators
Arriving at the Power Station, our Battersea decorator were mesmerised and in awe of its industrial heritage and design – from the industrial foyer through to industrial exposure in the corridors. But when our Battersea painter entered the apartment, we were perhaps expecting less industrial design and more ‘new build’ look and feel but was pleasantly surprised how the industrial décor was in abundance in this Battersea Power Station apartment.
Even the chosen colour scheme complements this industrial landmark, with a modern twist. Using deep rich colours as reminder of the Power Station’s industrial past and other colours to marry other industrial elements, including the original brickwork. Therefore, the Paint and Paper Library The Botanist – a deep chalky green – complements the industrial heritage of the building while creating a feature wall and separate zones for such a large living space. Especially in the Master Bedroom, the Paint and Paper Library Desert Rose we believe complements the original brickwork quite well, while at the same time, providing a warm undertone for a place of sanctuary.