A balcony in the Belgravia neighborhood of West London designed by TLA Studio takes a simple but chic approach in a mixture of border hedges, climbing vines, wicker furniture and sweeping rooftop views.
In the entryway to this loft, Bertoia and Eames chairs are joined by a 19th-century Victorian reading chair from London. Open shelves provide handy book storage above the window and don't take up any floor space.
Scenes of 1960s London create a toile pattern on the walls of this kid's playroom. A modern yellow chair with a retro feel and bold accessories enhance the vintage look. Image courtesy of Yukari Sweeney.
To give the master bathroom additional functionality, designers made space for a large walk-in shower. With two shower heads and two benches, this space is perfect for relaxing. To keep the space warm and bright, a frosted widow allows in plenty of natural light.
Although these homeowners were concerned with the aesthetic value of their new master bathroom space, functional was also a concern, so, in addition to the large vanity, designers created space on either end of the vanity to place additional cabinets, giving the homeowners plenty of space for storage and organization.
As the homeowners enter their space, they are greeted with a straight line of sight through their spa-inspired master bathroom. To the left, a three dimensional backsplash gives the room texture, while directly to the rear of the space, a soaking tub is set up, complete with flameless candles, perfectly for relaxing after a long day.