Behind a monochromatic façade sits a stylish home. This inviting two-bedroom townhouse is located on Campden Hill Road – a quiet enclave a stone’s throw from Notting Hill Gate. Arranged over four floors, contemporary interior design ties myriad spaces together.
The open-plan kitchen and dining room features whitewashed cabinetry and a waterfall island, creating a tranquil atmosphere. Sip a coffee at the seated bar area in the morning following an evening’s entertainment with friends. A table with seating for eight is illuminated by a cluster of pendant lights while exposed brick creates a textural backdrop for every meal. Tiled floors flow back through the kitchen and into a minimalist living area. Four Crittall doors lead out onto a leafy patio garden. This secluded, wood-lined space is perfect for casual alfresco dining.
Upstairs, the eclectic secondary reception room is a quirky, characterful space with gilded light fittings and statement art pieces. Light floods the room through a generous skylight. Leave the doors open and embrace the inside-outside effect.
Vaulted ceilings and exposed beams create a voluminous feel to the principal bedroom. Stash newfound treasures from Portobello Road in the walk-in wardrobe then collapse into plush bedding. A serene ensuite bathroom features a walk-in rain shower and a freestanding bath. A twin vanity crafted of marble creates a sense of opulence while burnished brass taps add a steampunk twist.
Head downstairs to work out in the gym, bake in the sauna, then cool off under the rain shower in the family bathroom. A guest bedroom features neutral tones, considered touches and glass doors leading to a private terrace.