Design studio, Day True, has breathed new life into a dark, dated and disjointed two-bedroom apartment in Mayfair, transforming it into a stylish modern home.

Positioned in a unique setting, the property is entered through a church and a large open central courtyard with a tranquil water fountain.



With a brief to maximise natural light and to create a feeling of space, all of the existing rooms in the apartment, bar the guest bathroom, were reconfigured.

Looking at the floor plan as one whole space, Day True divided and zoned the property to create an bright, open and flowing apartment.

Herringbone flooring was laid throughout to achieve a seamless and consistent flow, which maintained the feeling of space.


Forming a central focal point to the property’s new layout was an internal patio, which Day True was able to maximise the view of through almost every room in the apartment, flooding light into the home and achieving balance throughout.



Walls were kept light with contrast and texture added through a vertical panelled wall in the dining area, to help draw the eye up and add height to the room. This also cleverly concealed a door to the master bedroom.



With other internal walls removed, Day True installed a ‘mist’ system to ensure all building regulations were met, and that privacy could be achieved when desired but that light could flood the apartment from the courtyard.

The kitchen was kept bright and was contrasted with bronze handles and a dark brown marble worktop and cladding.



The master bedroom was relocated to what was the original lounge space so that a large open plan bedroom, dressing room and ensuite could be created off the outdoor patio.



The WC was positioned behind a stud wall to provide privacy with a large walk-in shower hidden from view of the bedroom.


Smart glass was also installed to the external windows in the ensuite, to allow the greenery in the courtyard to be seen, yet at the touch of a button could turn opaque.