• Chelsea
  • From £650 per night

Eclectic colours and nautical styling create an uplifting space within this two-bedroom townhouse in Chelsea.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Roof terrace
Up hardwood stairs, an eclectically coloured reception room sets the tone for this home designed by Lonika Chande. Two tall sash windows illuminate a myriad of primary colours, while neutral toned textures balance the room’s playful palette. Considered lighting is dispersed across the space, the ambience of your choice available at the press of a button. The centrepiece – a five-arm Banbury chandelier. 

Connecting the living and kitchen space, curved banquette seating offers a place to lounge and linger over morning coffee. Against dark kitchen cabinetry, canary yellow shelving recalls the popping tones of the living space. Integrated appliances, a marble-surround fireplace and a wine cooler provide the necessities for an evening in. A family bathroom on the floor below in grey marble tiles and brass finishes features a walk-in shower.

In the guest bedroom, grand red curtains create a relaxing private nook. Upstairs, a spacious principal bedroom suite takes on a more tranquil palette. Cool cream shiplap walls are contrasted with bright details – mustard curtains, a turquoise ottoman and red fabric. Through a dressing area, an en suite bathroom complete with a bathtub and rainfall shower embraces the property’s nautical style. At the top of the home, a laundry room leads to a decked roof terrace with views across London. For longer stays, a turquoise-walled study is available as an optional extra.

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    Curated design

    Natural textures and bright palettes are expertly paired by designer Lonika Chande to create inspiring spaces.

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    Rooftop refuge

    A private rooftop terrace is an idyllic spot to soak up summer sun.

About the area

With an array of fine dining options just moments away, Radnor Walk is perfectly situated for exploring cuisines galore.

Step out your door to discover the Italian delights of Ziani – co-founded by a direct descendant of the Venetian Doge. Alternatively, Michelin-starred The Five Fields is just seven minutes from your doorstep. For sushi lovers, it’s a short walk to Sticks’n’Sushi or Benihana. Walk it off with a stroll around Chelsea Physic Garden, England’s second-oldest surviving botanical garden. 

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