Innovators of interior design, Nick and Christian Candy, founders of Candy & Candy create impeccably chic designs for private homes, luxury yachts, cars, jets and commercial spaces. They’ve taken on large projects all over the globe, and have earned quite a reputation for luxurious style and attention to detail.

6. One Hyde Park: The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, London



Floor to ceiling glass and a focus on a lot of natural light seems to be a common thread throughout many of their designs. There is also a fantastic use of outdoor space, creating a fantastic flow between inside and out. I love spaces that open up and allow indoor/outdoor social spaces.

5. Candyscape II

4. Knightsbridge Penthouse

The Knightsbridge Penthouse is a great example of how to apply more traditional aesthetics to a modern space. The floor to ceiling windows, large columns with metallic details, a matte tile, and crystal heart beat shaped chandelier all create a sleek, modern vibe.

More traditional, cozy elements are added mostly by way of furniture with linen couches and tufted ottomans to bring a little warmth to the space. And that accent fireplace wall? Gorgeous.

3. Monaco Penthouse

The Monaco Penthouse features darker wood details, again floor to ceiling, with a semigloss finish that picks up the light. This is balanced out by light marble floors and a lot of natural light. The master bedroom has a similarly masculine feel with grey walls and dark furniture, balanced with tray ceiling uplighting, as well as light carpet and bedding. And I’m loving the antique green fireplace mantle.


2. Mayfair Mews

Mayfair Mews is a bit dark for my taste, but that pool is fantastic. With the batman feel lair, green and blue uplighting, and linear/geometric motif, this is definitely a bachelor’s paradise.

1. Wolseley Penthouse

The Wolseley Penthouse is a masterpiece. From the rooftop lounge space to the fabulously French provincial dining room with porthole windows, it is all gorgeous, but comfortable.  But the gem of this home is the interior hexagonal living room created only by a tray ceiling, carpet, semi-sectional sofas, and a glass hexagon coffee table. Genius!



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