The Buckingham Condo . The apartment building in London is decorated with royal decoration. Move to Beverly Hills and you will have many celebrities like neighbors.
Move to No. 1 Royal Street in London, though, you will just dig the road from the royal family. The nearby address itself is a historic building with a history dating back to 1860, when it was a luxury hotel favored by visiting dignitaries. Developed by Northacre, it includes 72 luxury homes and starts at about $3.2 million at current exchange rates. Designer Natalia Miyar recently arranged one of these units.
Mya (Miyar), who is based in London, drew inspiration from the city when decorating the interior of the house. “even with a long history and a love of tradition and tradition, London feels very new and has such an international metropolitan community,” she said. ” “the presentation is really about combining these two components.”
Therefore, it is important that she works with local craftsmen who she knows and trusts to make custom works for her home. For example, the green table is customized by the London duo Matthew Bray and Matthew Collins. Miyar provided them with the color of malachite as an inspiration for its color-the result was a piece of furniture like a ripple pool.
Another collaborator is Tyson Bennison (Tyson Bennison), of Tyson (Tyson London) in London, who designed a two-story table at the entrance and a slate blue sofa in the living room. For the latter, Miyar chose a kind of velvet called Vienna, whose name is similar to the thick and beautiful curtains you find in the opera house.
Although the well-equipped apartment is beautiful, it is regrettable that it cannot provide turnkey service. The Miyar concept aims to make people aware of the possible lives of future residents with two beds at 1 Palace Street. In addition to stylish homes, buyers can also use the building’s convenient suites, including a 6000 square foot courtyard garden and a private gym, swimming pool and sauna.