Cheyne Terrace

London / United Kingdom

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Studio Ashby’s airy Cheyne Terrace project offers an interesting style not regularly seen in the capital. The apartment blends earthy tones with seemingly untreated woods and organic forms (including a custom burr elm coffee table crafted from a single piece), creating a careful eclectic vibe. Deep green marble and warming wall coverings add a luxe touch to the aesthetic which straddles Scandi and Mid-century styles. Much of the apartment’s inspiration comes from its Thameside location (its curved sofa mimics the winding curves of the river down below) and the Abstract Expressionists of the Tate Modern’s permanent collection.

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    Studio Ashby’s airy Cheyne Terrace project offers an interesting style not regularly seen in the capital. The apartment blends earthy tones with seemingly untreated woods and organic forms (including a custom burr elm coffee table crafted from a single piece), creating a careful eclectic vibe. Deep green marble and warming wall coverings add a luxe touch to the aesthetic which straddles Scandi and Mid-century styles. Much of the apartment’s inspiration comes from its Thameside...

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