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Feng Sue
Feng Sue

Feng Sue

The owners of this new-build two-bedroom apartment divide their time between London and Singapore and both lead busy, professional lives so they wanted something modern but comfortable - a precise but not minimalist scheme that makes the most of the open-plan space and unusual layout. Sue Jones took to work, transforming it into a relaxing space that cleverly balances new and old styles, adding a slight oriental twist as a nod to their other life.

Dining Room

For an open-plan dining room, it’s important to create a separate space with its own identity, which still works with the rest of the room. Separated by an olive tree, the dining room is a dark contrast to the light and airy sitting room, and uses oriental-inspired and sculptural pieces to bring the whole room together. Consoles as room dividers and screens as statement wall art give the space a more contemporary feel.


Sitting Room

A spectrum of soft neutral colours sets a calming tone for the sitting room, with natural textures – goat hair, leather and jute - bringing depth to the otherwise blank space. As this room has no natural focal point like a fireplace, the flexible and relaxed seating is focused around an oversized leather and brass ottoman, which whilst working as a coffee table, also doubles up as extra occasional seating.


Guest Bedroom

High ceilings are a great bonus in any house, contributing a sense of space and airiness, but they need to be carefully considered when decorating to keep everything in proportion. In the guest bedroom, a statement headboard hung higher up on the wall - flanked by tall mirrors and slender table lamps – ensures that a simple divan bed isn’t dwarfed by the space.



Master Bedroom

The master bedroom ramps up the drama with a four poster bed swathed in gold silk taking centre stage. Dark ‘shagreen’ walls and a polished black wooden floor are essential for creating maximum impact against the gold accents. A selection of rich textures - faux fur and velvet for depth, faux shagreen for the detail - completes the look of comfort and luxury.

The master bedroom ramps up the drama with a four poster bed swathed in gold silk taking centre stage. Dark ‘shagreen’ walls and a polished black wooden floor are essential for creating maximum impact against the gold accents. A selection of rich textures - faux fur and velvet for depth, faux shagreen for the detail - completes the look of comfort and luxury.



Study

Not only is the study in this London apartment blessed with a great view, it is also flooded with lots of natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, amplified further by hanging oversized mirrors either side of the corridor. Angled metal desk lamps paired with an industrial style desk echo the urban setting (and provide an excellent spot for inspirational writing).