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Arts & Crafts for a modern family. This house was love at first sight and we wanted to maintain the strong heritage of the architecture, whilst bringing it up to date with our interior design.
A small space with big impact - our design for this one-bedroom Brutalist apartment in the heart of Waterloo, London, is all about luxurious Urban Chic.
"An evolving interior, a place to spread our wings, our muse, our studio, our canvas, our home” Jordan and Russell
Perry Rise – The Design House
This victorian property was brought to life by us with the use of playful colours and classic materials - perfect for the vibrant young couple who call it home.
Who runs the world...Girls. This ground floor extension and basement conversion had to meet the needs of its dynamic female owners. They mean business and so does this interior, with an industrial and international edge.
Originally 3 flats, now with 5 generous bedrooms and 3 en-suite bathrooms. It's packed full of clever storage solutions and exciting new materials with eco credentials like the bespoke recycled plastic dining table.
The challenge was to take this shell of a victorian townhouse and make it in to a modern space that reflected the different styles of the lovely couple who live here.
Upper Brockley Road
This brave client embraced our decorative joy with a bold statement wallpaper in the entrance hallway, giving a feeling of compression before you enter the light filled living space and bedrooms.
Our contemporary take on an 80’s interior, designing this stunning brutalist apartment in St John’s Wood was pure pleasure.
Contemporary Broken plan living with this fresh Kitchen/living renovation.
Bringing together fine handcrafted British silks with touches of leather, marble and glass for a fresh luxe interior.
The home has a through-line of materials and colours – soft pink used here as a neutral base, connects all the elements and we designed bespoke plywood joinery throughout to unite the spaces and create much needed storage.
This 3 bed, new-build house in a nook at the end of a terrace of victorian houses, had great light and space but needed a fresh injection of life, as the white walls did not reflect the exuberance of our clients.
Smash Hits of Soho
Working with this legendary design brand was epic. Family run, with international reach, they really allowed us to stretch our wings and made us feel so supported as young designers.
2LG x Ligne Roset
Finding the homely, personal touch in short term lets or rental spaces can be tricky, especially when faced with a white box new build. We used this opportunity to create a platform for lots of collaborations with young artists, established brit brands and smaller creative studios across London.
Giving a conscious nod to a modern american interior we mixed together touches of industrial chic with some Scandi vibes to create a look that is relaxed luxe.
Stella and Dot
An interactive public cafe space designed by 2LG in collaboration with Custhom Studio to showcase the Forest Hill Wallpaper and fabric collection at Design Junction in Kings Cross for London Design Festival 2017
2LG x Custhom Cafe – Design Junction at LDF17
Creating and styling three totally different looks for this social media collaboration was so much fun.
LDF is one of our favourite weeks in the design calendar each year and what a thrill it was to be right at the heart of it, delivering our visual concept for these spaces and giving interior design advice in our 'sold out' Design Clinics.
Design Junction – London Design Festival
Moving across the pond is challenge enough, so we jumped at the chance to help this busy family of five create a new home. The home had to work for the family but also for entertaining business colleagues so we went for a mix of bold colour and sophisticated shapes.
Setting out to make this hardworking space both functional and beautiful we were inspired by the new arts and crafts movement. Our modern concept has added decorative flair. With natural materials leading the pared back design
House and Garden Festival – London Olympia
When charged with the task of uniting the living areas of this fabulous Greenwich townhouse, we jumped at the chance. We wanted to make the most of the light spaces with french doors that open onto a generous terrace.
Styling this shoot in our own location house was pure pleasure as we love all things winter. The giant fir tree came from our overgrown garden and made this a very special memory.
We shared a mutual passion for horses and dogs – a great start to any project. The colour choices and muted natural fabrics showcase the antique pieces and hand blown glass lights perfectly.
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