A high value rental property, consisting of three bedrooms, two with en-suite, a family bathroom, entrance hall, large living/dining room and a separate kitchen with breakfast area in the heart of London’s Mayfair. The property had been empty for over 6 months with a considerable loss of income to the clients.
The property was tired and dated and lacked any cohesion and personality. Where possible the bedroom furniture was to be re-used and certain other pieces of furniture retained. A new oak floor was laid throughout the main living spaces; the bedrooms, which were re-carpeted and new tiles were laid in the new master bedroom en-suite and kitchen. All the windows received new window treatments more in fitting with the value of the property. The main lighting was already in place and added depth and interest was created with new table, floor and bedside lamps.
In the bedrooms, new furniture was added where necessary, dramatic impact was created with feature walls, and a cohesive look with new bed coverings, cushions and artwork. The master bedroom suffered from poor layout with a high raised platform. This was turned into a feature with the re-positioning of the bed, to make the most of the stunning views, and a new half step and balustrade added.