Organic materials and considered design create a distinctive character within this one-bedroom home. Behind a period façade on one of Notting Hill’s most desirable streets, the apartment is imbued with discerning North American character. An open-plan kitchen and reception room is a gallery of rich timber panelling and carefully curated furnishings. Cook breakfast in the pared-back kitchen then pull up a rattan chair at the extending dining table.
At the opposite end of the space, a comfortable seating area is framed by deep wooden tones. In the evening, read by the light of a bottle-green banker’s lamp. Reams of natural light flood the plan through double doors leading to a roof terrace. A perfect spot for drinks with friends.
Parquet flooring flows into a stylish bedroom. Frosted glass allows light through while providing privacy. Next door, a large skylight illuminates a striking bathroom. This uplifting space features oversized mosaic tiles, a floating vanity and rainfall shower. With the feel of an upscale library, this mid-century modern home is a streamlined and sophisticated hideaway.