Rich Textures Maximize Small London Apartment

architecture modern residenceStudio Keir Townsend shared photos and information about Bramham Gardens, a stylish redesign of a small apartment in London’s South Kensington neighborhood. The updated crib, a mere 430 square feet, features an open plan that includes kitchen, dining and living areas, plus a bedroom and a three-quarter bathroom.

The project developers tore down all unnecessary walls to make moving around the apartment as easy as possible and to create space for the main living areas. A variety of rich textures and luxurious furnishings in a palette of light neutral tones helps to define the spaces of this small London apartment.

modern residence (2)The bespoke kitchen cabinetry was designed by Keir Townsend and made to order. The floor has textured ceramic tiles designed to look and feel like wood, providing a continuous flooring material that runs from the kitchen to the living area into the bathroom.

Monochromatic hues maximize space in the bedroom. Every square inch was cleverly utilized to create storage; leather floor tiles add to the feeling of luxury. The highlight of the small bathroom is an original sink illuminated by LED lighting. [Photos and information provided by Keir Townsend]

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