Stiff + Trevillion

Stiff + Trevillion have a design aesthetic that I really enjoy, from their black framed windows and doors, to their mid-century modern furniture choices, to their clean lines.

Based in West London, Stiff + Trevillion have an established reputation for elegant and sophisticated architecture.

As my preference is for residential design, I’ve set out below some spaces that I particularly love.

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The combination of carrara marble and industrial style black paned doors is so pleasing to the eye. This bathroom has a hotel-like feel that’s not too stuffy and I would love to have  a bathroom like this in my own home.

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Again, this white carrara marble kitchen island makes a beautiful pairing with the black glass paned room separator and the floor-to-ceiling glass leading to the garden. Bespoke design such as the illuminated barrel-vaulted ceiling makes this a truly unique family kitchen.

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This study room combines some of my favourite design elements. Firstly, that herringbone floor with the natural, matte finish of wood already has me going gaga. Then, those black paned doors (which are clearly a signature) bring it to the next level. Next, throw in that cool pendant light that resembles a fan, and lastly those Carl Hansen wishbone chairs and I’m done for. The crown-molding on the ceiling add the finishing touch to a very Parisian looking room. When can I move in?

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Can we talk about the pattern/grain on that carrara marble? As you can probably tell, I’m a massive fan of carrara marble. I would happily take multiple showers a day if I had this shower!

Here are some workplaces just to mix it up a bit:

  1. Great Portland Street, London

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2. 201 Borough High Street, London

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For more, check out Stiff + Trevillion’s website.

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