Completely Refurbished Mansion Flat In London
The Kensington Mansion project was completed in 2013 and it had as a goal the complete refurbishment of a flat located in London, England. It was a project by London-based interior designer Rene Dekker. The stylish flat now features a luxurious interior. The once old and outdated interior design has been completely altered.
The designer used a rich array of textures and finishes meant to bring sophistication and style into the space. Textured polished plaster has been applied to the walls and sumptuous finishes and accent details have been used throughout. The building was originally one large home and, at one point, it got divided into apartments.
There’s a reception room with a kitchen and a study at the front of the loft. To the rear there are three bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. There’s also a guest cloak room and a lobby on the same side of the apartment. Even though it got updated, the apartment retains many of the building’s original features. Built around 1850, the structure features corniches along with all sorts of other details specific to that period. Most of them have been preserved.