Known for her colorful style, decorator Teresa Sapey has merged together two London apartments in the South Kensignton district.
Close to the royal palaces, Hyde Park and the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington hides handsome buildings by Albert Court that are showcased by the Studio of Teresa Sapey. Here, the initial project is to redesign two joining apartments to create a high-end venue characterized by unicity, elegance and extreme attention to the slightest details.
South Kensington, design destination of the Teresa Sapey Studio
The overtones of each room, where lighting plays a fundamental role, have been carefully studied. High ceilings enable each piece of furniture to play a key role, and the contrast, between the colors of the black and white walls, differentiate the private residential space from the service wing.
Victorian architecture and minimalist design
British fabrics, rounded shapes for the sofas, small touches of bright colors, soft colors and deluxe furniture establish a unique relation. The historical heritage of a past architectural style and the trendy design of today merge in a 19th century Victorian residence with as first ambition to create a new aesthetic, minimalistic and elegant lifestyle.