Carden Cunietti was started by Audrey Carden and Eleanora Cunietti in London and has been established for 20 years. Best interior design styles in UK.
Projects have included numerous houses in London and country properties and homes in Europe, America and Asia. Carden Cunietti have recently completed three projects in Los Angeles, and family houses in Little Venice and Kensington.
They have worked on projects in Ireland, Israel, Hong Kong, the South of France and a manor house on Jersey in the Channel Islands. As a practice they offer the full scope of interior design and interior architectural services and are expert in bathroom design.
They have been on House and Garden magazine’s top 100 UK interior designersfor the past 12 years. In 2013, they were awarded interior designer of the year by Homes and Gardens magazine.
The clients requested a neutral backdrop to reveal the elegance of this beautiful Townhouse situated in Primrose Hill. Antique mirrors and overmantels, with chandeliers purchased from the Marche aux Puces market in Paris gracefully adorn the rooms.
The rooms are decorated with sophisticated and subtle warm tones and textures. The Minotti sofa and bespoke custom created furniture are illuminated by a consistent theme of tranquil neutrals and subtle purple details.
Project featured – Cap d’Antibes, France
To create a glamorous and inviting house to be used all year round for family and friends. The brief was to combine Asian influences with colour and texture to compliment the very modern architecture.
Carden Cunietti supplemented these with vintage pieces such as the Mastercraft four poster bed in the master bedroom, the vintage lights in the cosy laid back reception room and the Brazilian prototype chaise rocker.
All the exterior furniture working with garden designer Luciano Giubbilei. The land formerly housed greenhouses for the perfume industry of Grasse. Giubbilei’s theme of lavender is reflected in the butterflies that run through the designs and art throughout the house.
Situated in a beautiful tree lined street in West London’s Notting Hill this Victorian family home is an eclectic mix of mid-century classics, bespoke design and contemporary style. The clients were very involved in the project and their love of modernist design was the driving factor behind the interiors.
The formal reception on the first floor has two seating areas featuring a rich gold sofa and a pair of George Nelson armchairs and a chaise by Arne Vodder from the 1960’s. The grasscloth wallpaper offsets the furniture and a rug by Gideon Hatch adds a bit of pattern.
The family room on the lower floor opens out to the garden. The polished concrete floor works perfectly with the Glenn of California shelving unit and Stilonova standing lamp. The collection of Charlotte Perriand original lights from Les Arcs adds a fun element to the rear wall.