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Interior designer Maurizio Pellizzoni of MPD London has utilised the space behind the bed in this room to create an unenclosed walk-in wardrobe. ‘The mirror conceals double doors which lead to the bathroom,’ he says. ‘We left a 70cm gap between the back of the bed and the Poliform storage and hanging system, so there is space to walk around, and also for a retractable ladder that allows access to the top shelves. We curtained it off using a sheer fabric from de Le Cuona. This method creates a feeling of space, making the room feel lighter and less cluttered.
Designed passionately and exquisitely by the incomparable talents powering Koket, the Camilia was created to grace the most regal of dining rooms with its elegance and splendor. Inspired by the aristocratic palaces of the Alexandrian pashas of Egypt, the mother of pearl Camilia is crowned by artisan hand-carved peacock, meticulously engraved and delicately finished in gold leaf. It is only fitting that the Camilia’s treasures be concealed by the most graceful of keys.
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This double-height closet also by Todhunter Earle, offers an innovative solution where height in a room is more generous than width. The doors are covered in ‘Baby Ostritch’ faux leather in putty, from Fox Linton.