Regular followers of Trying to Balance the Madness will know of my admiration for the work by Suna Interior Design. They recently allowed me to see images of one of their latest projects – The Penthouse Collection at the Filaments and I just had to share it with you. The wonderful Rebecca Tucker who is co-director of the company described the project as “An upmarket design with personality, high-end finishes, bespoke touches and original artwork.”
“This was an ideal project for Suna Interior Design” said Rebecca “we worked on the specification as well as the interior design which is quite moody and masculine with rich tones of gloss black kitchen cabinetry, walnut flooring and a marble splash-back in the elegant kitchen. We then took this design to the next level by adding tones of leather and copper to enrich the palette.”
As much as I love neutral palettes I am a fan of colour, especially the use of rich times. Suna Interior Design choose captivating scheme silver, greys and coppers shimmer alongside a monochrome palette which is not too over co-ordinated. Vibrancy has been added to the design through splashes of turquoise, orange, emerald green and navy.
Their brief also requested that they include original works of art. To this end the living room is furnished with a leather Paulistano chair, a Map Dress Artwork by Jennifer Collier and one of Jayoon Choi’s Jealous Gallery. An eclectic combination comprising warm tones of copper coupled with captivating Skandi wallpaper. The warmth of the room is captured further by the use of luxe, velvety scatter cushions by House of Hackney on the bespoke sofa, the vivacious orange of the ornate mirror on the opposite wall and of course the bespoke double-sided fireplace that stylishly warms both the living and dining rooms.
There is a touch of drama within their design from murals in the masterbedroom and study.
So which is Rebecca’s favourite elements within the design? “The specification in the bathrooms, kitchen and the fireplace wall design, as well as the wallpaper mural in the study. It was an amazing apartment to work in, spacious, beautiful views, and full height glazing (double height in the hall!)”
My favourite element is the open plan space and how the differences in colours and textures has defined each zone within the room.
Thank you Suna Interior Design