Designing Amhurst Road
Ahurst road design experience.
Interior mood boards, the point when the project gets real.
After an extended exchange period of over two years, due to probate issues, we finally completed on the central Hackney house to flat conversion early this year. The strip out started immediately as well as the planning of the interiors.
We give our architect and interior designer, Amrita Mahindroo of Droo Projects, complete artistic freedom on all our projects and I’m always so excited to see what she comes back with.
After variations on greige at Englefield Road, moody blues at Parkholme Road, salmon pink and gold at City Road and industrial black and grey at Paintworks I was keen to see what she would surprise us with at Amhurst Road. Being in Hackney I feel that we can get more fashion-forward than in a similar development in west London. It can also be a little rawer given that the project is a house to flats conversion in a desirable area of central Hackney.
Amrita hasn’t disappointed. The Amhurst Road mood boards are rich with olive green hues, black, natural oak and lots of splashes of gold in the brassware, lighting and accessories.
Amrita’s approach to the design.
Olive is featured not just in a variety of shades on the walls but also in the cabinetry in the bathroom and main living areas. Amrita has also introduced some black cabinets design in the kitchen and secondary bathrooms with olive backgrounds. I really love the brass taps in the bathrooms which age so well along with concrete grey, large profile wall tiles and white sanitary ware. No avocado bathroom suites, yet.
What do you think about the resurgence in olive interiors? Love it? Loathe it? Miss greige and blue?
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