Thinking laterally

The demand for whole floor or lateral apartments as they are affectionately known in London is at an all-time high. This Notting Hill home of “empty nesters” is a stunning example. The resolution by Louise Holt is urban but elegant with strong statement furniture, lighting and finishes that showcase the clients’ art collection.

Rearranging the space typologies and rationalising the circulation of the existing spaces, redesigning bathrooms and the kitchen and introducing bespoke wall and floor finishes using materials commissioned especially for the apartment Holt has created a home which is textured and layered and effortlessly chic.

A background palette of white and blond timber creates a gallery-like mood, prefect for exhibiting the client’s art collection. Bronze framed sliding doors and cabinet above the fireplace which hides a TV and an amazing semi-circular outdoor terrace to fit within the arch of an old chapel for me are just perfect here. The furniture and chandeliers are a mix of high-end American brands and vintage.

Story by Nic-Kaiko Follow him on Instagram kaiko_design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

Thinking laterally / Louise Holt Interior Design

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