Louisville Road House was built in south London between 1888 and 1910 and 2LG Studio was invited to renovate the house. The house belongs to a married couple with a young child who had restored the house to good shape over the past few years but felt that it still lacked a cohesive aesthetic.
When 2LG Studio was brought on board, it decided to add color to any living space. They had gotten some lovely vintage pieces from the family and there was already some strong artwork the couple bought together – this helped the studio get a strong idea of their style.
Most of the work was done in the living room which, according to customers, was mainly used as a thoroughfare rather than a place to sit and relax. The walls here are now painted dark pink, based on the pink details seen on the room’s pre-existing stone fireplace. In the middle of the room is a deep purple rug with wobbly edges. Left-over stickers and barcode labels will still be visible in translucent areas of the table. In the back of the room there is a more comfortable, light gray seating furniture and a flooring designed by 2LG Studio with a marine flower pattern. Graduated white lights, which the studio said provides minimal view of the traditional chandelier, hang from the ceiling in both areas.
Steel blue finishes appear throughout the upstairs master bedroom. The bathroom walls are clad in light marble while baby blue tiles cover the floor. The same shade of blue applies to the faucets and the border of the shower wall made of fluted glass. Below the bathroom mirror is a custom made coral orange vanity with fluted, lacquered doors. Baby blue tiles and a coral pool are also in the guest shower room, which has also been updated by the studio.