Plascon House Tour: Moody Modernity In An Industrial Space
Dark and dramatic, this family home in south-east London feels moody and mysterious thanks to the interesting inky colour palette used throughout.
Even the ceilings have been given a moody makeover with shades of deep grey that pervade almost every inch of this fascinating home. Pops of colour bring life to this home. At the one end of the dining room, a gorgeous velvet blue sofa adds a regal look to this space – a perfect spot for relaxing after a meal.
Pops of white and coral accents complete this stunning space with an arrangement of flowers and colourful scatters. The choice of a trendy round mirror helps to reflect light throughout the room.
The beauty of this space is in the details. Gorgeous metallic accents bring a glamourous touch – with bespoke crystal chandeliers and brass lighting that adds a honey-toned accent to this home.
A mix of flooring, including antique parquet, modern screed and traditional tiles, coexists happily with architectural elements, such as the steel and glass doors.
We get more of an Industrial feel in the open plan kitchen space boasting a raw brick wall as a focal point in this room. Exposed scaffold boards, copper piping and screed concrete floors add to the urban Industrial vibe present here. It truly is a beautiful place filled with interesting materials and finishes. A skylight ensures that the area, although dark, remains well lit and welcoming.
In contrast to the darker shades of grey and blue in the living spaces, the bathroom comes to life in a bold palm tree wallpaper print. Together with the patterned floor tiles, this room feels light and playful, complete with golden sanitaryware for added flair!
The master suite embraces the inky tones of charcoal, from the ceilings down. The choice of wooden furniture and colourful accent pieces creates added drama and vibrancy against the darker walls. Gilt-framed antique mirrors add a touch of boudoir-style glamour as do the many vases and vessels filled with extravagant faux plants and flowers.
Colour Scheme via Plascon