• Notting Hill
  • From £500 per night

A work-of-art west London home that is as uplifting as it is grounding.

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Capacity: 2
On the third floor of a new-build apartment block, this one-bedroom home is all soft light and playful interiors. The touch of its creative owner manifests through carefully curated artwork and sculptural furnishings; think Frank Lloyd Wright, Hans Kogl and Andy Warhol. Note the attention to detail in this apartment. The way Nordic design is grounded by vintage accessories. How polished surfaces contrast bold tones.  

As you enter, a hallway leads to an open-plan living area, where materials and textures subtly carve zones; preparing small plates on sleek Carrara marble counters, sharing them at the dining table backdropped by one-of-a-kind tapestries and digestifs by the sofas tucked behind a wood-panelled divider. Come golden hour, watch as the glow of the sunset floods in through full-length doors. Pull them open in the warmer months to let the breeze brush across designer décor. Or sip a glass of Merlot on the west-facing balcony.  

The bedroom shows that you needn’t sacrifice character for a sense of tranquillity. Yes, the palette is pared-back but vibrant wall art amps up the mood. The bathroom is thoroughly modern, echoing the Carrara marble counters in the kitchen. It’s fitted with a dual vanity and a shower bath. 
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    A work of art.

    Modern-meets-vintage interiors. Best-in-design furnishings. And carefully curated artwork.

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    A breath of fresh air.

    A west-facing balcony is the perfect spot for evening tipples as the sun sets .

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    Plenty of light.

    Floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors that open onto Juliet balconies let natural light wash through.

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    Peace and quiet.

    Rare perks so close to the buzz of west London. Find solace in the bedroom. Or in the inviting deep-sided tub.

About the area

Both a stepping-stone to and a breather from Portobello Road, Bonchurch Road is around the corner from its vintage stalls and dynamic energy.

Stop by Layla’s Bakery on your doorstep for a coffee and buttery pastry in the morning. Stretch your legs and stroll along the Grand Union Canal or down to Westbourne Grove and browse its independent boutiques. Stop by Granger & Co or Ottolenghi for lunch. Feeling thirsty? Try the legendary pub The Cow and be back home in 15. 

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