Eclectic interiors set within a grand mansion block, this two-bedroom home is a thoughtfully curated work of art.
With elegant touches and considered style, this remarkable two-bedroom apartment is an exercise in refined design. Past a redbrick exterior, find a lovingly curated home where striking artwork lines the walls. Down a long hallway, double doors open into an expansive, south-east facing reception room, an undeniably grand affair. Airy proportions are maximised by floor-to-ceiling bay windows which perfectly channel natural light. Sip your morning coffee next to the Paola Piva coffee table as the sun comes up and curl up by the ornate period fireplace as the sun sets. A tonal palette makes the assortment of colourful artwork pop; sit back on the sofa and become a spectator at your own private art gallery. Bibliophiles will flock to the back wall, entirely comprised of fitted floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and complete with a ladder for endless browsing. A large wood table makes the perfect reading spot or home workspace.
Through another set of double doors, a contemporary kitchen awaits. Infused with a playfulness from duck-egg hues, a characterful splashback and striped seating, let your imagination flourish here. Think evenings cooking creative dishes for friends, served up under the light of the wicker chandelier.
Along the corridor, find two spacious double bedrooms, both bursting with unique touches. In the master, a mahogany four-poster bed is the focal point, with its intricately designed frame and geometric woven canopy. Relax between the sheets and drink in breathtaking leafy views or gaze at the bold tapestry. The room is served by a family-sized en suite. Decompress in the bathtub after a day of boutique-hopping on Westbourne Grove. Next door, another generous and bright double ignites the senses. In the centre of the room, a vivid bed with patterned headboard makes a statement, imbuing whitewashed walls with reams of character. It’s flanked by striking Chinoiserie-style lamps. Make your way to the adjoining dressing room to leisurely prepare for a day of exploring Notting Hill. Sharing the floor is a neat shower room and charming cloakroom, complete with herringbone marble flooring and sophisticated safari print wallpaper.