Cleveland Court Mews, St. James’s, London by Studio Ashby

Modern light eclecticism in the interiors of the house in St. James's

Apartment in St. James's, one of the central districts of London, where the British
 aristocracy has lived since the 17th century. The district is still rich in historical heritage,
 and before the Second World War it was one of the most exclusive residential areas of
 London. The apartment is located in one of three houses in the Georgian style that 
make  up the original architectural ensemble. Design and implementation of 
the London studio Studio Ashby.

The color palette of the interiors is based on the works of British abstract artists,
 whose works hang in the nearby National Gallery. Natural tones are used in the 
decoration of the rooms, which creates a calm atmosphere in the lively center 
of London. Eclectic interiors are decorated with the works of modern recognized 
and novice artists. Sophie Ashby, founder and director of Studio Ashby, commented
 that they wanted to  "create an authentic atmosphere in the house with  individual
 and refined touches, using an eclectic combination of antiques and unique objects."


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