This Notting Hill house off Portobello Road originally had an antiques market in the basement. This area is now a large kitchen, dining and family room, with a modern, minimal feel.
The rest of the house is a glamourous mix of pattern, gilt, teal blue and gold.
A narrow, elegant London townhouse with comfortable sitting areas. Using a palette of silvers, mauve, lavender and grey.
This property was formally a photographer’s studio and prior to that the gymnasium of a school. The double height space was transformed into the main reception and with 2 separate areas for the office and media room. Many of the pieces in this room were custom designed to fit the large proportions of the space.
Carden Cunietti were asked by a young fashion designer to design her 3 bedroom apartment in Chelsea using her favourite palette of colours of lavender, purple, pinks and silvers with a dash of animal prints. These were accented with luxurious finishes such as mother of pearl and silver leaf.
This terrace house originally had dark, small rooms in the basement. This was opened up and a large kitchen side return extension was added to give light and space.
A traditionally made but new build barn in the countryside has the the added conveniences of a bar in the basement!
It is an elegantly designed space with lighting scenes, modern glass staircase and freestanding modern stove fires.
This family lakeside country house is a successful combination of natural materials with modern conveniences making a comfortable weekend retreat.
A modern mews house near Harrods was transformed by Carden Cunietti for a banker and his family as a London pied a terre. Materials used were walnut , silk velvets and parchment and much the house had custom designed cabinetry to best use the small spaces.