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 homeowners the relaxing master bathroom space they desired, designers had a soaking tub brought into the space. Behind the tub, they installed a tile accent wall with a shelf to hold flameless candles to give the space a spa-inspired ambiance. Above the tub area a blown glass light fixture adds personality to the space.
This family room balances solid, stately pieces—like the wood coffee table—with lighter ones for a look that feels harmonious. The beige sofa and rug also help reflect the room's plentiful natural light.