If objects could talk, then the tales of this home would keep you enraptured long into the night. Furniture from Africa and tapestries from Asia compliment this home’s industrial bones, while exposed brickwork and gleaming wood ensure that the overall effect is that of warmth and grace. The home is situated in Underwood Street, in the ever so hip Shoreditch.
The interior of the property was created to reflect the nomadic lifestyle of the owners who have lived all over the world, working as cheetah tamers along the way. You’ll spot African masks, pots and fabrics alongside the oak dining table, and the aubergine kitchen is a foodie’s paradise, with a steam oven and a vast collection of cookbooks and utensils. The kitchen, very much a focal point of the open plan living area, was designed and created by Increation, once a traditional cabinet making business which now offers a complete service creating unique luxury living spaces. Unique it certainly is. In order to create the showpiece that the owners longed for, the central island was designed to be elevated making it a feature of the space. The materials used to create these striking designs were sourced from across Europe, elegantly crafted using the skills of traditional English craftsmen.
The result is a stunning style statement which has been shortlisted for design awards and featured in magazine spreads. For all that high-end chic, it’s friendly, too though, so why not come and see the master craftsmanship up close as you relax and unwind in African paradise in the heart of the London jungle.Google+