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100 Design Projects: Peter Mikic’s Restauration of a London Townhouse

100 Design Projects Peter Mikic's Restauration of a London Townhouse41
100 Design Projects Peter Mikic's Restauration of a London Townhouse41

Peter Mikic is considered one of the leading interior designers of London and the United Kingdom. With a unique sense of style and a clear passion for design, Mikic’s projects all over the world are iconic and to this list, we now have to include his extraordinaire Restauration of a Victorian townhouse in London!

 

Read More:  100 Top Interior Designer: Peter Mikic

 

Credits: Peter Mikic
Credits: Peter Mikic

 

Peter Mikic enjoyed this project enormously, not least because the clients are also friends, and this was as much a collaboration as a commission. When Peter Mikic‘s clients and friends bought the house two years ago, it was a mostly obscured house with terrible details and finishes, but behind the raw design ugliness of the house, Milkic saw its extraordinary beauty, exuberance and its potential!

 

Credits: Peter Mikic
Credits: Peter Mikic

 

 

In terms of space configuration, very little was changed. It was in the details that this townhouse was transformed. Powell Tuck Associates undertook the architectural renovation and together with Peter Mikic, decided to swap a few divisions and make some adjustments, but what was important to Peter Mikic was to ensure that the spaces flowed easily, with no sudden jolts of colour to jar the senses. No wonder that for the overall look of the house he chose a  palette that is warm and that highlights this townhouse classical construction, but that also transports it to the XXI century!

 

Credits: Peter Mikic
Credits: Peter Mikic

 

As you know, Mikic specializes in detail driven luxury projects and this Victorian townhouse is no exception!  As we mention, the original interior of the house had a very lacklustre design, but once the original features of the interior architecture were shown in their full glory by Mikic we can say for sure that it imbued the house with an atmosphere that was less self-consciously grand and more bohemian.

 

Credits: Peter Mikic
Credits: Peter Mikic

 

The care, style and detail is apparent in every corner of the house, such as the beautifully executed parchment finish of the sideboard that Peter Mikic designed for the drawing-room, or the custom-made bronze curtain rail in the drawing-room that echoes so perfectly the contours of the window. All in all, Peter Mikic elevated once again his design skils and again proved himself as a skilled interior designer that represents the full quality and capacity of the London design scene. 

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