London is constantly buzzing with art, culture and entertainment, and with this wonderfully fast paced lifestyle, it is even more important to be able to find a space to escape and re-charge.   With this in mind we have selected our favourite LINLEY interior bedrooms designs, to inspire, placing you in your very own urban sanctuary.  

1. SHEER LUXURY

 

Battersea Power Station   LINLEY for Battersea Power Station

  This master suite soothes the senses and envelops you in a luxurious haven. Colours are muted but the layering of textures creates a true sense of opulence. Filled with dark timbers, the array of task, ambient and feature lighting can be adjusted to replicate your mood.   2. TRENDY BACHELOR  

Private Residence Oslo   Private Residence, Oslo 

  Radiating a sense of moody masculinity, the geometric detail in the fitted joinery and panelled leather headboard in this room reflects the contemporary architecture of the house. The clever storage solutions within the fitted joinery allows for a completely clean, clutter free space to unwind.   3. MODERN URBAN  

Knightsbrideg Private Park, Moscow 3   Knightsbridge Private Park, Moscow 

  Conjuring up a sense of drama, the height of the four poster bed is used to emphasise the scale of the space.  The wall paneling running behind the bedside tables has been chosen to create the same sensation. Accents of deep teal with metallic finishes of bronze and gold, add richness to the room.   4. ORNAMENTAL DECORATIVE  

Henry Moore Court   Henry Moore Court, Chelsea  This bedroom is all about the detail; intricate paneling in the headboard and bedside table, and the delicate leafing of the feature wall lights draw you into the space. The églomisé mirror panels behind the wall lights further help to create a shimmering tranquil oasis.   5. CLASSIC ART DECO  

Claridges   LINLEY at Claridge's, Mayfair 

  Like a home away from home, the Claridge’s room personifies Art Deco elegance. The delicate colour palette and symmetry in all the lines and forms creates a space which is both calming and beautiful. The Interior Design team were very much guardians of history with this project seamlessly mixing the original 1920’s furniture and bespoke LINLEY furniture with new pieces to create a truly Art Deco space.  

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