Following its glamorous renovation in 2016, 11 Cadogan Gardens will unveil the latest phase in its history this April. The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens offer six one-, two- and three-bedroom sanctuaries, just a stone’s throw from the main hotel.
The accommodation bears all the hallmarks of Atellior’s far-reaching experience, illustrating the studio’s flair for timeless elegance. Luxuriantly thick bedroom carpets, pale timber flooring by Havwoods in the living areas, marble-topped tables and oversized Circus 25 bed headboards combine to create a welcoming, residential feel.
Choice furniture pieces from Liang & Eimil, Swoon Editions and The Contract Chair Company add to the refined, contemporary scheme, alongside a striking selection of luminaires from LSA International, Northern Lights and Chelsom.
The colour palette is intentionally muted, bringing together pale greens, warm greys and white. The bathrooms have been clad in white and grey tiles from Caesar Ceramics, while the kitchens feature white composite stone tops.
These neutral tones provide the perfect backdrop for a collection of modern abstract artwork, introducing vibrant pops of blue and green, plus the moody guest cloakrooms with their Calacatta Viola splashbacks and darkly painted walls.
From the inclusion of earthy, natural tones to exquisite textured leaf motifs on the bedroom wallcoverings, to references to the gardens outside and the Royal Borough’s longstanding horticultural association, a tasteful combination is key to Atellior’s scheme.
Despite these common touchpoints, each apartment is individually configured. Some profit from floor-to-ceiling windows, others offer generous bathrooms with freestanding bathtubs, while the top-floor apartment has been opened to the rafters to create a cosy pied à terre for two.
Providing the serenity and exclusivity of a home, with all the benefits of a luxury hotel stay, The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens is set to be the perfect complement to the hotel’s offering.
“It was a privilege to work with Cadogan Estates on this very special project and give the late-19th Century property new purpose as The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens,” says Una Barac, executive director of Atellior.
“The apartments happen to be opening at a time when social distancing means that they are likely to be in great demand, but I am sure that their timeless design will ensure their continuing popularity well into the future.”