Grade II Listed Brighton Seafront Property Images

Pfeiffer Design is proud to present the photographs from our recent photoshoot of a beautiful grade II listed, five-storey property on Brighton sea front. Photographed by Daniela Exley Photography.

The interior incorporates a range of bespoke handmade furniture, antiques from local stores and designer brands.

The kitchen exhibits stunning wallpaper by Jessica Zoob, combined with Muuto Nerd dining chairs.

Furniture items by Julian Chichester, decorative lighting by Astro and Heathfield & Co and bespoke rugs by Amy Kent feature throughout the property.

A range of luxurious fabrics from major brands such as Today Interiors, Margo Selby, Romo and Villa Nova, Linwood and Voyage adorn the custom designed handmade sofas, statement chairs and headboards.

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Kitchen/ Diner

Dining Room

Reception Room

Reception Room

Dining Room

Dining Room

Girls Bedroom

Girls Bedroom

Living Room

Living Room

 

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