Manushi Design provided a full turn-key interior design service to the Developer of this 12,000 sqft newly constructed detached property.
Located in the heart of London, nestled close Regents Park, this outstanding house was designed to fit in with the Architecture and beauty of the Street.
The objective was to create a residence that was timeless and elegant with well thought-out practicalities, a home that offers luxury living with the highest specification. Designed using Neo-Georgian principles, Queens Grove is a superb example of classical Architecture brought into the modern age. The Heritage of the exterior is perfectly complemented by the finest interior specification, giving the end-user the best of traditional materials and innovative technology solutions.
With well thought out space planning, the proportions have been thoroughly utilised allowing for the best possible use of the space. All of this is complemented with incredibly stylish furnishings and hand selected finishes throughout.
Designed alongside a well regarded designer and Architect, Manushi Design was involved in the renovation of this magnificent 12,500 sqft Georgian House built circa 1850 in St John’s Wood, London.
Laid over five floors and has an Award winning landscaped garden, a real emphasis was placed on wide open spaces within the property. Dark stones were used in contrast with light polished plastered walls to create dramatic effects and sharp, clean lines. A great deal of consideration was given to the clients beautiful art collection and providing a canvas for these to be displayed.
The contrast of light and dark continued in the design of the bespoke furniture. Dark-stained timbers were paired with light soft fabrics giving a sense of masculinity, something the client was keen to retain. Glass and mirrors were used for dressing and bathroom areas to add lustre and luxury, as well as detailed door designs for boldness.
Manushi Design was proud to be enlisted as the interior designer to renovate this 13 acre former Tudor farmhouse in the heart of The Cotswold. The renovation consisted of the farmhouse, a large barn, staff cottages, a poolhouse and a piggery converted into a gym and cinema.
The house was completely gutted and renovated sympathetically using traditional methods and craftsmanship sourced locally. Horsehair plaster and Cotswold stone was used throughout ensuring that the property met all the planning restrictions and all original wooden beams, ironwork and windows restored.
Antiques were paired with beautiful fabrics to bring out the character of the house. It was important to maintain the feeling of country living, the history and form whilst ensuring the property remained stylish and luxurious. Art and tapestries sourced locally, at auction and in Paris completed the look of the property.