There are two bed flats, and then there are two bed flats like these.
One of our favourite recent properties was this beautiful, elegant apartment in Mayfair, marketed by Prime London Residential.
Very traditional in style, Ryger House nevertheless exuded glamour with plenty of unique design features for us to get stuck into. Here are a few of our shots from the day.
This luxurious bedroom uses warm neutral colours to create a boudoir level of comfort, with a feature wall to add some texture and great mirror placement.
The use of light cleverly substitutes vertical windows and creates a soft, warm atmosphere.
By contrast, the second bedroom opts for cooler, sophisticated grey tones.
And the in-built storage is used to neatly partition off the sleeping area.
The living room exploits the different sections of the room, revealing something new in every angle from which is is viewed:
The fireplace is beautifully balanced and framed by in-built shelving.
And presiding over it all is an elegant art deco-inspired light fitting.
The bathrooms may well be our favourite element to this lovely home.
The use of this dramatic and striking marble gives this bathroom a focal point, even while it is countered by the serene smoothness of the bathtub before it.
In a completely different style but just as immaculate is this second bathroom. Using a different type of very distinctive marble, the overall effect is of purity and serenity.
Communal spaces are not neglected: This landing features a dominant light fitting amplified by a full wall mirror but not distracted from with a glass banister which keeps the space as open as possible.
And the lower level benefits from the mirrored wall above it too, giving a view on the ascent to the next floor.
A good width keeps the lower landing very open and spacious.
Just look at that demure facade, hiding all that opulence inside!