Design Showcase /
London has got all the classy elements – high-tea, the theatre, gorgeous parks and architecture. There’s nothing better than an aimless stroll through Notting Hill, while taking in the quaint collection of cafes, shops and brownstones. The Brits certainly know how to dress a room and we are very excited to show you how STARK played a role in these London homes.
TV dinner seems to only be culturally appropriate in England. Anywhere else the dark thought of eating dinner whilst *gasp* watching your favorite show is scowled at. It might have something to do with having a proper accent, but Londoners somehow make it charismatic. What better place to carry out your families Sunday dinner tradition than in this cozy TV room by Caroline Legrand. Caroline used a custom STARK rug against textured walls in her minimal, yet incredibly elegant design.
Rich gold sets a royal tone in this living space designed by Caroline Legrand. The cream coloring of our Sirdar rug counterbalances the black and builds dramatic depth into the room. Work metallic into your interior whether it be as small as a lamp or as intense as a papered wall.
Caroline Legrand has made gold detailing a signature move. In this living space she used the same Sirdar rug with gold as the main element in the interior. By pairing metallic with off-white furnishings and large windows, Caroline creates a much brighter, fresher space. There is truly so much you can do with this design concept.
Primrose Hill has serious character. Amos and Amos flawlessly captured the charm of the neighborhood in this room design. Retro furnishings, a grand marble fireplace, petrol blue walls, a quirky peacock print and a custom checkered carpet create a room reminiscent of London in the roaring twenties.
Amos and Amos strikes again with a far more matchy-matchy aesthetic in a living room designed for Providence Tower in Blackwall, London. Seafoam green chaises are cohesive with our custom hand-tufted geometric rug while the white walls bring out the white lines in the floor piece. The result is an under –the-sea inspired look.
From a space that revolves around television to rooms fit for a flapper, there are a wide degree of design aesthetics for you to choose from when designing your London flat (or cobblestone ect…)