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Maya Salfati Designs has been entrusted to design a 250 sqm three-floor detached London home in the western region of Hampstead Heath, London. Harmoniously blending contemporary design with traditional British and Indian influences, the abode embodies the client’s desire for a destination that fuses functionality with elegance.


The property’s overarching narrative unfurled through an engaging dialogue with the owners, ensuring their identity resonated within each zone. Bespoke features including a hand-painted mural – deeply inspired by Indian miniature paintings – and Chandigarh chairs by Pierre Jeanneret, subtly pay homage to the client’s heritage. Meanwhile, the embrace of natural materials and a palette pairing light and moody hues bring the tale to life – all mirroring founder Maya Salfati’s quintessence of coining interiors that meld beauty and comfort.


The larger of the two parlours exudes refined cosiness, boasting an Italian vintage coffee table sourced through Monument Store, a custom Andrew Martin Rodin armchair in Nobilis Laurus green fabric, and a Pooky roddy table lamp in brass and ivory dupion silk – the storied textile enjoying a modern revival – whilst complimentary custom cushioning nestles into the BoConcept sofa set. The secondary salon encompasses a Ligne Roset Togo sofa in Cordoue Artichaut, a Soho Home Lovett Armchair in antique rose velvet, an Atelier London footstool fusing function with panache, and a Liang & Eimil Odeon statement pendant, shaping a rejuvenating space embodying escapism and equipped with a peppering of Nordic Nest cushioning.

Meandering through to the kitchen meets dining zone, a Thibaud L Chandelier in antique brass towers over a Richmond Interiors Blackbone oval dining table, set on an Atlantic Venetian Dust rug by Floor Story; whilst antique brass pendants suspend over tan leather stools by Six the Residence, framing the milky Dekton island.

An enchanting haven, the master boudoir’s Liang & Eimil Colma bed in Larson Sand fabric, Lewis & Wood wallpaper, and custom Rug Guru Persia piece in mocha ooze opulent ease, whilst the dressing room’s highly coveted custom Tutankhamun Leopard rug – inspired by the Zandra Rhodes archives of her Nile Collection – welcomes a daring dose of energy.

The hallway houses a Norfolk Luxury vogue matte black table beneath a contrasting Rick Tegelaar Meshmatics Chandelier – its transparency allows for a lyrical liberation of light. A bespoke Atelier London Giles pouffe in custom Casamance fabric – accentuating the hourglass silhouette – sits nearby for heightened warmth.  

Graceful design is championed through considered statements dusting the four bedroom Hampstead home, including Pooky wall lights in opaline glass, a Ceraudo pomegranate Ilaria side table and House of Hackney wallpaper, amongst OKA and Matilda Goad gems injecting added flavour to the family residence.


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