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Henry Moore Court design appointment

Athos Group, the team behind one of London’s most exclusive new developments, Henry Moore Court, has announced the appointment of Linley Interior Design for one of its primary apartments.

 

The boutique development comprises two houses and 13 apartments around a central courtyard. Located off the King’s Road in Chelsea, five of the apartments at Henry Moore Court have been reserved already, and there has been great interest from potential purchasers from Dubai, Moscow, France and the UK. The development will be complete and launched in early Summer.

 

Linley Interior Design, founded by David Linley, has developed an international reputation for creating interiors that represent British design at its best. The growing portfolio of high end projects for distinguished clients includes work at Claridge’s, Norman Foster’s Chesa Futura, The Goring Hotel and numerous prestigious residential and commercial projects worldwide. The team are currently working on projects in prime central London, Moscow, Doha, Lagos and the South of France.

 

The brief for Apartment Ten, a four-bedroom, 4500-square-foot lateral apartment at Henry Moore Court, was to create an elegant, liveable home using the finest furnishings and materials, catering for the tastes and lifestyles of discerning clients. LINLEY Interior Design used a soft neutral palette with rich timbers and accents of bold colour to create a harmonious, relaxing environment. The contemporary design comprises a mixture of sourced furniture and fittings from around the world with key LINLEY bespoke pieces, such as the taupe linen clad tall-boy cabinet in the reception room, with the bronze metal band around the centre.

 

Charlie Robertson, Head of Linley Interior Design commented, “Each room has a unique luxurious look, from sophisticated and sleek to chic and tranquil, and all timeless in style. The master bedroom for example, exudes luxury, with its grand upholstered bedhead with pleated champagne fabric and antique mirror side panels with charming leaf wall lights. The gold bedside tables with their bold block panelled façade are offset by the elegant glass floor light. Dark blue is the accent colour in this room, seen on the various velvets, silk mohair and nubuck leather on the chairs and cushions, both plain and contemporary damask. The gold silk curtains contribute to the overall glamour.

 

“We created a nurturing home that showcases a broad variety of colours and fabrics, from rich smoky blue velvets to cream linens, from burgundy silks, to metallic woven cushions, all of which add warmth, texture and energy to the space.”

 

 

 

 

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