A three-bedroom stucco-fronted townhouse with an artistic persuasion. Characterful and considered.
Sitting between Fulham Road and King’s Road, this home serves up the space to press pause on the world beyond the front door.
Inside, there’s plenty to energise and soothe. Vibrant artwork hangs from the walls. Antique and reclaimed furniture is artfully positioned. Bright, tactile fabrics abound. Light diffuses softly across four floors – plenty of room to stretch your legs, wooden floorboards underfoot.
The open-plan living area is sunny in nature. All terracotta upholstery and lemon-yellow textiles reminiscent of the Mediterranean. Channel a carefree dolce vita vibe by picking up a page-turner and sinking into the chaise-longue in the reading nook, or an armchair by the inviting speckled marble fireplace.
In the warmer months, throw open the doors for sundowners in the courtyard patio garden, a hidden oasis of soft and spindly foliage, where a towering screen of bamboo provides a secluded backdrop for alfresco dining.
If the temperature drops, pull up an Eames-style chair and reconvene around the circular table in the open-plan kitchen-dining room. At lower ground floor level, the muted light is easy on the eyes down here.
Upstairs, the pared-bared colour palette in the bedrooms lets the eclectic artwork and brightly upholstered headboards do the talking. From here, pad into one of two bathrooms. The textured Zellige tiles of a huge walk-in shower catch the sun on the first floor, while up on the second floor, a pistachio green mosaic design surrounds a tub.