A penthouse apartment in London with a fantastic view of the London Eye and other landmarks.
Welcome to a gallery featuring an amazing penthouse apartment in the middle of London, designed by Daniel Hopwood.
This home was commissioned by an American living abroad in London, who wanted a cool, cutting-edge party flat that was just as comfortable during the day as it was at night.
With no budget constraints, the designer could really make something incredible! The resulting design is a dichotomy of rough and polished, old and new.
Keep an eye out for some of the most striking contrasts: in the dining room, check out the custom dining table and the stainless steel ceiling. Look for the cantilevered kitchen island.
With unexpected design and pattern elements and liberal use of textures and bold colors to add interest, this eclectic apartment really shines.
Most of all, check out the contrast between the apartment during the day and during the night. The way the space seems to change, even though the furnishings haven’t, is incredible.
Please enjoy this gallery!
The bedroom is a luxurious tangle of fabrics in bold color and texture. The nightstand is simple and has a tall ice bucket nearby for a bottle of champagne.
The walk-in closet has more of a rustic tone, with wallpaper that has London scenes printed on it in blue and open shoe shelving.
The walk-in closet is between the bedroom and the bathroom. The bathroom is in pristine white tile and has a large soaking tub.
The kitchen from the front is dominated by the backlit open shelving that acts as a display for the owner’s varying glassware. Also of note is the paper composite countertop and the cantilevered eat-in bar.
From this angle, we can see the colorful concrete tile in the preparation area and the rustic wood liquor cabinet to the left.
The dining room at night sparkles in the overhead light. The stainless steel ceiling above the table is less noticeable at night.
The dining room’s contrast in the daytime is sheer elegance. The two end chairs are in Timorous Beastie fabrics. The reclaimed wood table is a sharp contrast to the stainless steel ceiling above it.
A final daytime look at the dining room from one end shows the expansive windows and a view onto the terrace.
The contrast is stunning at night between the bold fabric and the sleek, sparkling chairs.
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