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Hampstead Manor – Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Project: Hampstead Manor
Interior Designer: Design Haus Liberty
Location: Hampstead Heath, London, United Kingdom
Area: 170 sqm (1800 sq.ft.), 3 bedrooms
Year 2019
Text and photos by Design Haus Liberty

Hampstead Manor is a refurbishment of an old college in Central London, which used to be a single building of laboratories and classrooms that specialised in the study of botany. Recently converted by Mount Anvil into a residential development, the luxury houses maintain key period features inclusive Victorian bay windows overlooking the expanse of English gardens.

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

We met a young couple from Nigeria with a simple brief: provide a turn-key , colourful design where we can walk in and feel cosy, and create a place we vacation to and call our second home.

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

We wanted to create a blend of modern and traditional African art and bold colours mixed into one space. With both original and new designer pieces that originate from Africa to Europe. This unique space blends colours, materials, rough, smooth, light and darks together with hints of mid-century modern pieces, organic geometries and hand carved African relics.

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Hampstead Manor - Residential Interiors Refurbishment

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

Residential Interiors Refurbishment / Design Haus Liberty

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