Flat Conversion
Queenstown Road, Battersea, London SW8

Penni Black Property Services were presented with a four bedroom maisonette; the brief was to transform it into two luxury apartments. The original maisonette was in average condition and it was decided that the potential was there for a two bedroom flat and one bedroom flat; each with its own roof garden.

The maisonette was divided with the one bedroom flat on the first floor with the two bedroom flat on the second. Each flat was fully modernised with a new central heating system and new power sockets in every room.

The Luxury Two Bedroom Flat

The spacious living / dining roomThe two bedroom luxury flat was situated on the second floor with a light and spacious feel. We went for a spacious living / dining room with light walls, modern brushed steel power sockets and light pine wood flooring complimented by elegant roman blinds.

The modern kitchen with six ring hobIn the kitchen we created a modern European look with wooden worktops, gloss black kitchen units with brushed steel furnishings and a new six ring hob with oven and brushed steel extractor hood. The kitchen was finished with light pine wood flooring and a simple chic black roller blind.

The modernised bathroom with frosted shower screenThe bathroom was designed to be in keeping with the clean modern style of the flat. We went with a timeless white bathroom suite with a frosted glass shower screen, light walls with sky light window in a natural wood frame, metal towel radiator and finished with black floor tiles.

The master double bedroomThe master double bedroom was designed to maximise on the width of the property and due to the roof shape it gave a unique architecture to the room which we complimented with recessed ceiling lights for additional effect. We finished the bedroom with a light cream carpet, white walls, roman blinds and a natural pine door with brushed steel fixtures.

The single bedroomIn the second bedroom we kept the theme running from the master bedroom; however we really maximised on space saving through built in wardrobes and storage, finished with the familiar brushed steel furniture. The bedroom also benefits from atrium style windows to deliver more natural light and a sense of space.

The roof gardenThe final inspired idea was to bring some all important outdoor space to the flat through a roof garden which is accessible through the main hallway. The balcony area was finished with wooden decking and safety rail made with steel, wood and frosted glass.

The Luxury One Bedroom Flat

The combined living areaThe one bedroom luxury flat was designed to capture a light and spacious feel. The main living area was developed as a combined kitchen and living area to bring more light into the property than a seperate kitchen would. The living area was finished with brushed metal power sockets, wood flooring and roman blinds.

The Open Plan KitchenThe kitchen area of the main living space was designed to add a 'friendly feel' when entertaining guests. The kitchen was fitted with complimenting natural wood work surfaces, white units with metal door furniture and a brushed metal six ring hob and oven.

The BathroomInspired by our luxury two bedroom flat the bathroom kept to a classic white bathroom suite with a frosted shower screen and black tiled floor.

The BedroomThe bedroom was designed to be a personal sanctuary, a place of peace and tranquillity flooded with natural light from the glass wall which slides back to reveal a private balcony. The room is finished in white with a neutral carpet, brushed metal switches and a roman blind.

The BalconyThe balcony offers a rare chance for personal outdoor space in the city, finished in pastel blue with natural wood decking and privacy screens. The perfect place to spend warm summer evenings with a glass of wine and a book.