Stunning interior design at Cheval Three Quays, London
London-based luxury property firm Cheval Residences has unveiled the Cheval Three Quays project. The luxury apartments will become a brand new addition to the group when they officially open.
The stunning 10-storey development with views of The Thames, Tower Bridge and City Hall will offer 159 apartments, including 97 serviced, 61 non-serviced long-term let apartments, and a staff apartment. The property will transform the neighbourhood with 862 sq m of retail and restaurant space on the ground floor level, overlooking the newly landscaped Sugar Quay.
Both the serviced and non-serviced apartments will be available in a mix of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments, plus penthouses. The minimum length of stay for the serviced apartments will be seven days and 12 months for the non-serviced apartments. The interior has been conceived by Forme UK to celebrate the character of the natural and historic environment, whilst reflecting the area’s new lease of life with a contemporary, luxury design that will make guests feel at home.
This ethos is immediately apparent in the main lobby. Two hand-painted murals adorn the entrance, depicting detailed scenes of daily-life on the medieval wharf. The historic impressions, created by artist Barnaby Gorton, merge gracefully into stunning water features below. A nod to the site’s Roman heritage comes in the form of beautiful cream coloured stone mosaics on the floor and in the columns. These delicate historical references provide a balancing component to the modern decor. Three focal points in the lobby include the burnt orange leather-clad reception desk topped with black granite, a stunning bespoke chandelier, and a stylish over-sized Kappa Lambda rug featuring a bespoke organic, fluid design taking inspiration from the soft curves of the river Thames.
Each of the luxury apartments have been thoughtfully designed to provide a cozy feel. While the designs will be slightly different in the serviced and non-serviced apartments, The interior designers have ensured there is continuity throughout the building with similar colour schemes and design features for both.
The luxury London apartments will offer two exquisite two-bedroom serviced penthouses. Double height ceilings and dramatic chandeliers set the luxurious tone for these apartments. Thanks to sleek, retractable walls, the apartments can be combined into one large four-bedroom, two-kitchen area that is perfect for entertaining, with the choice of both an enclosed and open-plan kitchen.
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