The cool neighborhood was the main source of inspiration, Studio Ashby’s team focused on creating an authentic space where the combination of modern furniture, lamps, works, books and personal home accessories captures the essence of the city.
On the walls and you can discover, art pieces by Jake Curtis, Brent Baker, and Dave Watts all offer vibrant touches. One of the most original elements of the decoration is the sliding panel designed with a custom-made painting by the artist Magda Blaskinka to hide the television in this space.
The influence of Soho is noticeable through interior design and like the use of prints from the Liberty store. And for example, the head of the main bedroom was covered with a peacock fabric that celebrates the Arts & Crafts movement and its Avant-Garde character.
The terraces surrounding the apartment were reflecting the exciting atmosphere of Soho in the interior. ” We were inspired by the essence of London, and especially in the colorful and energetic urban landscape of Soho, “said Sophie Ashby.
The African influences of the interior designer, her knowledge of the contemporary creative scene and the desire to work with high-level craftsmen in order to create the sense of a real authentic home Studio Ashby has filled the space with art, books and personal mementos.