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Get To Know Leveson Design And Their Wonderful Design Projects

Get To Know Leveson Design And Their Wonderful Design Projects => Leveson Design was established in 1990 by Cindy Leveson.  They work on both residential and commercial projects.  Based in Battersea, London, Leveson Design is known for its seemingly effortless style and attention to detail. Their wide-ranging portfolio includes country house hotels, members clubs, corporate boxes at sports and music venues as well as private family homes in London and the country. Their versatility is truly remarkable and today Luxxu Blog will present you with some of their amazing work in several interiors that you will simply love.

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Farmer Butcher Chef, Goodwood

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It was wonderful for Leveson Design to commission, as well as collect, some of the artwork and design some of the tables, which were then made in various metals. In particular, they loved designing the steel and brass butler’s tray and stand with the help of a brilliant local blacksmith. All the chairs are antique (as are some of the tables) and all are either upholstered or loosely covered in varying fabrics with a mix of trims and studs, however, there are six chairs that were commissioned from Howe and upholstered in specially made Goodwood flags.

Georgian Barn, Hampshire

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The brief was to create an informal space for entertaining friends after a morning out in the field, and, they needed to sit 50 people! Leveson Design commissioned four oak refectory tables with a length of 15 meters, along with matching benches made using oak from the estate. At the heart of Leveson Design´s scheme is the remarkable collection of more than 200 trophies gathered by the owners during their many shooting expeditions at home and abroad.

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Private House, London

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A private house in Kensington, London was re-decorated by Leveson Design. Modern pieces in amongst antiques give it a good mix with pretty pieces of painted furniture, which maximize the feeling of light in the building; a keen request from the client.  The color palette throughout is varying shades of greys and blues; there are no jumpy colors to jar the eye but instead a sense of movement and flow.

Country House, Hampshire

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This house has been one of the most rewarding projects Leveson Design has ever had the good fortune to be asked to re-decorate. Among the incredible interior design selection, we highlight all the sofas and chairs have two sets of loose covers but each set is different meaning that you rarely will have the same scheme twice but whatever cover you choose will always look good with the rest. 

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The Lennox Rooms, Goodwood West Sussex

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Completed just before lockdown, these rooms were a joy to decorate for LevesonDesign. They used areas that had previously only been storerooms as well as rooms that already existed but in a different form. Paneling, fireplaces, and timber floors were added to the Lennox reception and the main meeting room which completely transformed the look and feel, back to how it was when built. They left the walls intentionally empty and chalky white and added color with upholstery and rugs. The tables can be dismantled and stored at a moment’s notice should the room be used for a private party.

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Private Members Club, Isle Of Wight

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Leveson Design was asked to redecorate the bedrooms and bathrooms at a Private Members Club which was not only a lovely project but an extremely one interesting too. The brief was not only to update what was there but also to make members feel as though they were staying in an extremely comfortable private house and that they were in the best spare bedrooms.  Some are large and some not so large, but all have the same standards and attention to detail.  All the rooms are different as they would be in your own house.

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Lincolns Inn Fields, London

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Some of the nicest projects are the smallest and this was no exception. Leveson Design was asked to redecorate the reception and entrance to a solicitor’s practice in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Although the buildings are beautiful, the interiors don’t always follow so it was lovely of them to add color and comfort to this sunny room. 

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The Kennels Goodwood, West Sussex

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Located on the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, the Kennels has a classical interior with a contemporary feel.  The building was a great inspiration but with no original features remaining, everything had to be created from scratch.  Antiques are mixed with a selection of very modern pieces and an array of pictures.

Goodwood Hotel, West Sussex

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The original part of the hotel, including The Richmond Arms bar and restaurant, is Georgian.  The five rooms above The Richmond Arms were designed to be an extension of the House in terms of comfort and style with the attention to detail being paramount, creating the feeling of a boutique hotel.  The remaining bedrooms comprise six different schemes, which are simplified versions of The Richmond Arms bedrooms.  All are modern in style with hints of a traditional feel coming from key pieces of antique furniture and artwork from the Goodwood collection. 

The Queen’s Club, London

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Leveson Design has completed two projects at The Queen’s Club.  The first being The President’s Room and the second The Terrace Room. The President’s Room received not only a total refurbishment in style and color but, portraits of former presidents were sourced and copied by Leveson Design to give it the grandeur and history it deserved. A coherent look is important, so The Terrace Room which is adjacent to The President’s Room needed to bear relation in terms of design.  In its past life it was a series of little offices but now serves as a drawing-room, in which members read, work or attend drink parties.  French windows line the outside wall and open out onto the terrace containing Lloyd Loom chairs and tables.  A light, airy, and slightly more feminine feel is present throughout the two areas.

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