A stone’s throw from the lawns of Ravenscourt Park, a period façade conceals a treasure trove of thought-provoking design decisions and heritage details. Matching wood cabinets flank a period fireplace in the open-plan reception and dining room. A chaise longue stretches underneath the large sash window which imbues the space with an uplifting atmosphere. Natural light illuminates a collection of pieces including an arresting painting by Ashika Sharma. Four armchairs are arranged around a coffee table. A convivial space, this corner of the home is optimised for conversation.
Matching textured glass chandeliers crown the reception room and the dining area, which features a bay window and Chinese-style wood chairs arranged around a round table. Marvel at conversation-starting sculptures or leaf through the pages of Sumo by Helmut Newton.
High skirting boards guide hardwood floors into the modern, eat-in kitchen. Glossy burgundy cabinetry and white marble worktops contrast against grey walls. Cook lunch on integrated appliances then eat on a playfully colourful chair, backdropped by a gallery wall and iconic “dog” sculptures by Eero Aarnio. Slide open the glass doors and step out into a peaceful patio garden. Pairing a Big Green Egg barbecue and a comfortable seating area, this tranquil space is ideal for lazy summer afternoons.
The spacious principal bedroom occupies the first floor. This serene space wears neutral tones and features an elegant orb chandelier and a piece featuring model Kate Moss, by artists Tide and Jimmie Martin. A stylish en suite bathroom combines a floating counter vanity, a freestanding bath and striking black and gold wallpaper by Lewis & Wood. Two further bedrooms enjoy soothing tones, fitted storage and unique artwork, with the third bedroom optionally serving as a TV room. A family bathroom features a walk-in rainfall shower and a sculptural glass chandelier.