An exemplar of inverted living, this distinguished home showcases an open-plan reception room on the upper level. Three expansive windows, each punctuated by a charcoal black cast iron radiator, draw light into the space. Meanwhile, whitewashed walls create a calming canvas for interior creativity. A dark wood sideboard and bespoke joinery provide organic textures. Black and gold Mid-century chandeliers hang from understated ceiling roses. Sink into the deep blue chez sofa with a good book or while away an evening in front of the fire.
Chevron flooring flows to the other side of the space where a comfortable dining area is laid out with rattan chairs – a pattern consistent throughout. Through Crittall doors, an elegant shaker kitchen opens up. Dark grey cabinets wear a blue hue. Brass accents pop. Grab ingredients from the American-style fridge, make lunch on the Rangemaster stove then dine at the smooth marble breakfast bar.
Sweeping past a highly stylised, sky-lit corridor, the principal bedroom is located on the ground floor. This calming retreat features a rattan bed, neutral tones and a marble-wrapped en suite bathroom. From the bedroom, a glass door opens out to a two-tone terracotta terrace. This leafy space is an ideal spot for summer evening drinks or al fresco dining.
A guest bedroom doubles as a study space and has an en suite bathroom accessed through a Crittall door. A third bedroom combines textured wallpaper, dusky tones and fitted storage. The stylish family bathroom features a bathtub with an integrated rainfall shower.