We were once again commissioned by our regular client, a London interior design consultancy, for another luxury development, this time in the popular Embassy Gardens. This was a relatively small but interesting project that nonetheless required exceptionally high professional standards, while maintaining cleanliness throughout including clean overalls and change of footwear to protect carpet and wood floor.
Reception – in the open plan living room we applied Dulux Pure Brilliant White to walls following electrical reconfiguration.
Master Bedroom – we applied Dulux Polished Pebble to the headboard wall in time for bed installation and soft furnishings.
Bedroom Two – we applied Dulux Pure Brilliant White to walls prior to bedroom furniture install and artwork installations.
When our Nine Elms decorator arrived at this ecological skyscraper apartment, we were immediately in awe of the breath-taking views and rather nervously ventured out onto the cantilever oblong balcony, looking back to the property. That was a rare experience, as most balconies are rectangular, clinging or wrapping the building.
Admittedly, the interior décor does look rather pale in contrast but the essence of this lovely Embassy Gardens apartment is its views. Having seen the interior design drawings, we could see that the owners sought to add colour and texture in their furniture and fittings, including pictures, ornaments etc to give that cosy home feel.
We understand that this Nine Elms apartment was also to be placed on the rental market for new tenants, so any prospective tenant will look and feel value for money when they see a thought out interior design using quality furniture with luxury residential painting and decorating to an exceptional finish.