Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, is the founder and CEO of Banda Property, has developed an unrivaled refined elegant London 19-century Town House which resulted in a plethora of terracotta hues in Notting Hill, one of London’s favorite postcodes.
PRINCESS BEATRICE’S HUSBAND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
Banda Property is a London-based multidisciplinary property firm that straddles real estate, property development, project management, interior architecture and interior design.
Owned by Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the company has recently developed a plethora of stylish apartments in Notting Hill. Banda Property’s ethos is to design for living. Hence this luxury estate is a holistic approach to the concept of luxury apartment living.
The attention to detail and focus on craftsmanship and quality is something that underpins the ethos of Princess Beatrice’s husband’s property development company.
19-CENTURY LONDON TOWN HOUSE
Its interior highlights an eclectic design with luxury and exclusiveness found in the contemporary and vintage furniture both sourced in independent shops, and every decorative element ends up telling a story. Furthermore, it increases the value of the 1850s architecture, restored Victorian cornicing and use of natural materials that bring about a peaceful sanctuary within the buzz of Notting Hill.
The interior design of the elegant London 19-century Town House that was acquired and restored by Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Beatrice’s husband, uses a palette of brown pigmented natural hues, peach, burgundy and cedar to create a laid-back atmosphere. In addition, it rethinks the traditional English interior design style. The design with dark wood, paneling, rich upholstery and patterned fabrics features a range of textural elements such as bouclé, wool, linen, velvet, travertine, onyx, marble, burl and cane.
The stylish Town House in Notting Hill developed by Princess Beatrice’s husband has an undeniable element of glamour and feels utterly contemporary without sacrificing the property’s historic bones. Located in one of London’s most exclusive neighborhoods, the home is on the market listed for 13.4 million.
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