Georgian Town House
This revisit of a beautiful home designed eight years prior was centered by the perfectly proportioned staircase. The strong identity of the staircase acted as a guiding line throughout this interior design project.
Primrose Hill Nash House
Carden Cunietti’s design project overlooking Regents Park has a rich mix of textures and a strong dramatic feel given by the use of warm finishes – brass, horsehair, bronze and dark wood. The vibrant color palette and textures continue throughout the home to create a luxurious and relaxing home.
St Johns Wood Family Villa
Antibes Villa South of France
The concept for this design inspiration was to combine Asian influences with colour and texture to complement the very modern architecture. The client’s Far East art collection of art was made central for this design. Also being complemented those pieces with vintage ones and created bespoke, custom furniture using interesting materials such as teak, onyx and mother of pearl.
Kensington Penthouse London
An eclectic design that brings bold colours, materials and textures to the design, right down to the large living room with a brass and copper clad chimney breast.
Bicester Village VIP Lounge
This comfortable country house is made for guests to relax in after a day’s shopping. Heavy, textured natural materials such as barnwood, rough natural linen and stone and a colour palette drawn from nature, was used to recreate a traditional English manor house in the Chiltern hills, but with a modern design twist.
See also: Luxxu Projects
Talisman Midnight Feast
Carden Cunietti design the dinning room for this beautifully modern “designer house” for London Design Festival, alongside other eight leading interior and fashion designers, florists, artists and influencers.
See also: LUXXU’s World
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