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November 1, 2013

DECOR: Penthouse at St. Pancras Chambers

So glad it's Friday! Time to get off the computer for a few hours & enjoy some time outside. It seems we forget to do that and our world becomes everthing online. Not good. Well, I'll leave you with this beauty - I think you'll enjoy this!

Banker Arran Patel decided to take on a pretty cool challenge and transform a historic London landmark into a modern 3 story home.  With the help of TG Studio,  this triplex was completely transformed,  from the bathrooms to the kitchen, they managed update it all into a modern space.  It's located on the top 3 floors of this famous London landmark called, St. Pancras Chambers.  I'm sure you Londoners are familiar with right?  Throughout the transformation, they decided it was best to keep the personality & character of the space while adding the modern elements.  It has a slight gothic-church look to it don't you think?? 

Funny, I've always wondered what it was like to live with glass stair-case/railing, it immediately converts any space into a crisp & modern space and allows for more light to flow. Love this!

 What do you think? Could you see yourself living in a space like this?











Photographs by Philip Vile
-via freshhome

6 comments:

Live-Style20 said...

nice pics!! ;-))


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Keizra Tyson said...

I love everything about this, especially the pink pool table!! I love that it has a neutral color scheme with minimal bursts of color.

Keizra Tyson said...

I love everything about this, especially the pink pool table! I love that the penthouse has a neutral color scheme with minimal bursts of color. Gorg!!

Shaz Originals said...

this is sucha a dream house Jen... thanks for sharing...
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Lexi said...

Wow wow wow - so sleek!
xx Lexi, Glitter, Inc.

Becki said...

Gorgeous! I can't picture my furniture looking 'right' here though ;)

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