I spend all day looking at interiors — and I've seen a lot of stuff — but when I came across these photos of designer Danielle Moudaber's London home, I definitely did a double take. This space is like nothing I've ever seen before — like Antoni Gaudí meets Alice in Wonderland inside a Tiffany box. Let's take a closer look.
Moudaber's apartment stretches over two floors of a 1870's Victorian-style building in South Kensington. She created it by combining two different flats, which are connected by a sculptural staircase of her own design. Seen from the side the staircase almost reads a bit 80s; viewed from underneath, it looks like the ceiling of a sunken grotto.
Moudaber is a furniture designer, and her creations figure prominently in the apartment. Her designs, like the sofas in the living room, have a charming otherworldliness, but also an intricacy that makes them a perfect compliment to the Victorian moldings. The overall blue-and-white color scheme (with little touches of black) is soothing and peaceful, and keeps the quirky furnishings from feeling too chaotic.
By embracing the wild side of her style, Moudaber has created a space that's completely unique — and one that, she says, inspires her to be even more creative. We can't wait to see what she does next.
To read more and see more photos of the home, visit Yatzer .