What we created
Nine Elms is an area that has undergone rapid gentrification in recent decades. Several exclusive housing developments have been opened in desirable locations close to the south bank of the river Thames.
The upward progress of the area was enhanced by the relocation of the new US Embassy there in January 2018, with the Dutch set to follow them and the Chinese rumoured to be following suit.
Our client had purchased a new development flat with commanding views of the local area and wanted to live in a new home with a stylish and classy luxury interior design.
At Moretti Interior Design, we believe it is essential to include the lighting design for your interiors into account from the start of the creative process – as we did in this case.
We also use colour psychology to ensure that the look and feel of each room is perfectly suited both to the character of the people who will inhabit it and the function of the room in question.
In this instance, our client wanted a contemporary style with a hint of the 1960s and 1970s.
To complement this process, we designed several bespoke items for the client. That included the wallpaper, headboard, rugs, the TV unit and office chair.
That ensured the client could move smoothly into a new home with an interior design that epitomised their individual taste and style.
That process was exemplified by a room that we created where the interior design reflected the client’s love of travel. We came up with an explorer theme, crowned by a stunning map of the world that filled a whole wall of the room.