Set on one of Notting Hill’s most historic streets, this one-bedroom apartment is bohemian in feel and modern in functionality.
A dialogue of details plays out in the spacious open-plan kitchen and reception room. A host of reclaimed furnishings imbue the room with a sense of history; a variety of wooden textures afford a warm and welcoming character. Host weekend brunches around the dining table or curl up with a page-turner on the sofa after a day in the city. Avid bibliophiles will appreciate the range of literature that frames the period fireplace. The kitchen adds an urban flair with steel-toned cabinetry and a rangemaster oven – set for any culinary endeavour. For a quiet spot of work, a bureau desk is nestled in the corner of the room.
Mornings are bright and evenings cosy in the double bedroom suite, separated from the social space through a pocket door. Full-height wardrobes can store vintage treasures found along Portobello Road. Draw back the shutters and step onto the private terrace, the perfect spot for a coffee and the newspaper. Back inside, the bathroom is all pale tones and clean lines for a thoroughly soothing space.