Notting Hill is famous for being one of London’s most glamorous residential neighbourhoods. Australian born designer Peter Mikic discovered and subsequently transformed one of these rough gems to its former glory. Through the drastic demolition, the building’s long-hidden details began to reveal themselves, from the original shutters to the crown moulding peeking out from behind the ’70s drywall.
After rationalising the circulation and stacking of space typologies it was time to populate these spaces with incredible furniture pieces. The house feels opulent but personal, grand and intimate using texture, colour, proportion and layering pieces.
By combining the luxury of a hotel with unique, personal details and utilising a host of artisans brought those details to life. From the rugs to the drawing room consoles to the velvet sofas, almost every piece of furniture in the house was designed by Mikic and executed by skilled craftsmen.
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