The design in this main living room uses organized lines to create its air of serenity.
There is no nod to the low seating tradition in this luxury dining room, which instead embraces cushiony dining chairs.
Where once St Joseph’s chapel altar rose poised for mass, now sits this palatial crescent sofa and Decorus Furniture coffee table – regal in its satin nickel with aged nickel resin tops.
The overhead view gives only a small taste of the opulence of this great room.
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Open the voiles to unveil the stunning view over the Chapel’s living space from this self-contained mezzanine bedroom. The bespoke bedside tables and beautiful Heathfield ceramic lamps with intricate textures detailing complete this sublime bedroom’s luxurious interior design.
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Genteel and masculine, we designed this stylish Wine and Cigar room for the man of the house to relax and unwind. Featuring: distressed leather arm chairs with bold brass stud detailing, rich cowhide rug and bespoke cabinet to house a collection of their favourite bottles.
The main living area of this home is quite literally the height of Asian-inspired luxury.
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A second bedroom returns to a more serene palette but has plenty of textural interest with the area rug, bedding, and curtains.
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The second home feels somewhat similar to the first, using a similar color palette and highlighting vaulted ceilings in the main living area.
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Formerly owned by the Duke of Northumberland, this historic mansion is nestled within five acres of formal gardens in a 150 acre parkland. This magnificent 6,000sqft bespoke apartment is the jewel in the crown of this beautifully restored stately home in the Surrey Hills.
This avian themed dining area is symbiotically styled with the exterior of the property, reflecting elements of nature throughout and rich character in these bespoke studded dining chairs.
We dressed this city-sleek apartment terrace with trendy outdoor furniture to reflect the stylish interiors – making the most of the breathtaking city views and it’s prime position overlooking the Thames.
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Lucute dining chairs and isimple black accessories call to mind the simplicity found in many traditional Japanese homes.
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This bespoke seating in faux nubuck with soft velvet cushions and fur throws creates a cosy and informal setting in this cool cinema come media room – a trendy yet comfy luxury interior design style.
The main living area betrays a preference for a more modern style of luxury.
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Bringing other cultures or time periods into your design decisions is one way to make your home stand out from your neighbors. Whether you have a personal tie to the Asian continent or simply admire the lines and colors that make up a modern “Asian-inspired” decorating scheme, there is plenty to mine from rich, Asian traditions. The homes featured in this post take their Asian inspiration and incorporate it into luxurious rooms, indulgent textures, and truly high-end spaces. Take a moment to learn a little bit more about how you can start to branch out into other cultures for your own beautiful and serene home.
Luxury interior design at its most exquisite, this bespoke chandelier mirrors the curvature of this magnificent stone staircase as it cascades 8m down two flights of stairs –beautifully framed by the concealed lighting in the steps and enhanced by the tactile suede Casamance wallpaper in warm taupe.
Light and classically contemporary, this more casual dining area is styled with a luxury white faux leather sofa in Osborne and Little fabric and a sophisticated metallic finish.
Indeed, it is that soothing, neutral palette that anchors this living room, with its vaulted ceiling and decorative lighting, in the Asian decor tradition.
Immediately, we are struck by the use of live plants indoors, the lush greenery showing reverence to nature.
After making an appearance in the hit BBC One show Call The Midwife, we helped to transform this former London chapel into a stunning 8,000ft home – a majestic example of luxury interior design.
The neutral color palette in this home is a bit warmer than the first, bringing in only a light blush in the area rug.
This prestigious private country estate home dining area greets with a grand, ostentatious welcome upon entry to the property, with bespoke dining furniture in sumptuous fabrics by Zinc Textile and Harlequin – luxury interior design with handsome elegance.
Finally, the natural wood grain in the bathroom draws the eye to the importance of nature in the particular luxury home.
Excavated for the ‘state apartments’, the cellars of Albury Park have now been transformed into gyms, original wine cellars, media rooms and exquisite spas – all unique, boasting period features and bespoke luxury interiors.
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Natural light is allowed to stream in from virtually every angle, illuminating the greenery and bringing the outdoors inside.
In the first bedroom, we get a pop of color in a Mondrian-inspired piece of art. Colors like red and yellow are quite popular in Asian decor.
Indulgent and sophisticated as it should be, these double pocket doors open to reveal “her” dressing room and ensuite – the entrance framed with symmetry by the matching statement mirrors, dressers and chic table lamps.
Again, shine surfaces contrast with matte finishes for a balance of styles.
The simple colors, pulled from nature, at as a uniting force throughout the home, as seen here in the kitchen and breakfast table.
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Gold is another popular material in Asian design, particularly aged gold. While the sconces and fixtures in this house are new, they bring a bit of antique luxury to the space.
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Offering an idyllic space in which to relax and unwind, this stunning cinema room in our perfect Cotswolds countryside retreat is both elegant and classic in design, with two stately day beds taking centre stage of the room, beautifully dressed with soft furnishings and Johnstons of Elgin throws.
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If Asian-inspired decor could be summed up in a single word (which, of course, it cannot) it would be “calming.” The influence of such essential cultural touchstones as Buddhism demands color palettes that are ultimately tranquil and serene.
The courtly dining room supersedes The Chapel nave in this towering spectacle of beauty – crowned by its Justin Van Breda dining table. Made in high gloss ebony macassar with stainless steel detailing, its design is distinct and refined.
The low seating in this dining room is a modern take on the tradition of floor seating that is found in many Asian cultures, including Japan. A low stool is not the same as a cushion on the floor, but it has a similar effect.
Beautiful dining pendants keep up with the asian vibe.
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Our palatial country home in Surrey is the epitome of luxury interior design. Here the hydraulic floor raises above this swimming pool to create a ballroom – perfect for entertaining. The intricate stainless steel wall panels with backlighting emit a sense of luxury both day and night and the architectural detailing of the pool floor pattern matches that in the rest of the house.
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More natural light, combined with simple, mid-century inspired furniture lend an elegance to the master bedroom.
Spas and luxury interior design is quite simply a marriage made in heaven. Replanned by our interior architects to maximise on space, this basement was transformed into a truly magnificent specialist spa by Barr and Wray – with dramatic black marble and gold mosaic tiles and luxurious loungers in champagne gloss finish by the esteemed Karim Rashid.
Balance is another important element of Asian design, in terms of color as well as texture. This living area has the softness of pills and throws but contrasts that with a slick marble floor and wooden tables.
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Elaborate columns, sweeping light fixtures, and plush, decadent furnishings make up this gorgeous home.
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Located in Hampton Court Village, this luxurious period style townhouse is full of character and echoes its Royal neighbour with luxury and classic elegance.
Continuing the high-end city apartment interior design, this sleek bathroom emits a zen feel with its atmospheric lighting, glistening mosaic tiles and sumptuous accessories. This luxury interior design style creates a sanctuary of relaxation and indulgence.
This grand living area is dressed to scale; the large, rounded sofa in luxurious Osborne and Little fabric creates an inclusive, comfortable atmosphere and these beautifully sculpted tilting stack lamps by Porta Romana add a stylish touch to this luxury interior design.
The dining room also make use of lovely gold accents in the light fixture as well as the place settings.
Featuring a hidden doorway to “his” dressing room and ensuite designed by our interior architects, this master suite is the epitome of luxury and elegance – encompassed by these bespoke upholstered wall panels.
Climb aboard and let Alexander James Interiors whisk you away to interior design nirvana. We’re proud to have worked on a range of extraordinary projects which have truly taken luxury interior design to heady heights; from grand London chapel conversions, to striking Grade II listed stately home mansions, to prestigious Wentworth Estate family homes and more.
The natural light in this space is enviable and again pays tribute to the importance of nature in Asian design.
Sculptural lighting design, like the luxurious chandelier in this living room, is actually another popular feature of Asian design.
This high-end space takes muted pinks, blues, and lavenders into a luxurious realm.
The gold and marble accents in the living room are a luxury touch that also aligns with the Asian inspiration in this home.