Bachelor Pad
Daniel Hopwood | Architecture and Interior Design, London

Studio Hopwood
86 Gloucester Place
London
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British Institute of Interior Design Member
Bachelor Pad Barnes, London

Bachelor Pad

Barnes, London
Residential
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – party room. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – hand built kitchen units. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – kitchen. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – dining room. Bachelor Pad Interior Design, London
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – living room. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – colourful living room. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – hotel specification wallpaper. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – re-upholstered G-plan chairs. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – cinema room. Bachelor Pad Interior Design, London
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – room divider and storage. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood – vintage Aarnio Ball chair feature. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
Bachelor Pad by Daniel Hopwood. Bachelor Pad Interior Design
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The main party room.
We had the kitchen units hand built at a cost of £22k including fees.
No chip board in these units unlike those expensive labelled kitchens people feel the need to buy.
The chairs and table are genuine Saarinen from Knoll topped by a Tom Dixon light
The wallpaper looks like leather but is hotel specification so is as tough as old boots.
A little bit of Dr. No using G-plan chairs that we sourced and re-upholstered, more are available.
Cinema room: the yellow cushion we made from vintage 50’s fabric.
We installed a room divider with storage and sliding double doors.
A vintage Aarnio Ball chair blended with a £14 Dunelm Mill round rug, who’d know!
Low hanging Mooi lights over a vintage corner table.

Bachelor Pad

Designers Statement

For two brothers we created a self-contained apartment within a new basement dig out. It was a large challenging space which we broke down into two bedrooms and bathrooms, a large party room with kitchen and a closed off cinema room with terrace.

All joinery including the kitchen was created by us at a fraction of the cost of Wigmore Street and tailored specifically to our clients’ needs. The need to party! Consequently we created a dark and moody scheme with bright splashes of colour, using durable material nothing can break, even those highly polished lacquer surfaces which are, in fact, a special acrylic that can be re-polished. Character has been added by blending some family hand me downs and twentieth century vintage.

The brief was for the best and the best can be expensive but there is no doubt the apartment will keep on shining throughout the boys’ bachelorhood.

 

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