Interior designers, Studio Duggan, have completed the refurbishment of Hogarth House, a three bedroom, double fronted Georgian façade house located in Hampstead Heath, North London. The brief was to create a warm, social and contemporary space, not only suitable for the client and her two dogs but also for large family gatherings, full of grandchildren.
A neutral colour palette running through the house pulls everything together and has allowed Studio Duggan to emphasise a plethora of different textures, finishes and unexpected touches. These include horse hair lampshades, Julian Chichester gesso floor lamps, stunning hand painted silk botanical wallpaper by Tatiana Tafur in the master bedroom and gold, metallic finish kitchen units, leathered stone and a poured beton cire concrete floor resulting in an overall eclectic interior style.
Design features are all in the detail at Hogarth House. The mixed material kitchen depicts a leathered granite breakfast bar, corian worktops, metallic painted wall units and smoked mirror splash back.
A set of antique rusting tools, which were found in an underground staircase during the refurbishment have been salvaged and framed in acrylic boxes dressing the staircase walls. Christopher Farr wallpaper and blinds mixed with Pierre Frey fabric bed cushions with playful fringing create a fun and colourful children’s guest room for the grandchildren.
An heirloom artwork along with a contemporary glass balustrade with a bronze handrail and a feature lantern with traditional ‘linen’ sock creates a striking landing. ‘I would say the eclectic style of the house has a refined contemporary farmhouse vibe - luxurious, feminine and supremely relaxing,’ says Tiffany Duggan.