Set in one of Notting Hill’s serene enclaves, there’s an easygoing feel to this reimagined period home. White wood floorboards draw you into the open-plan reception room, where a trio of full-height sash windows infuse the social space with natural light. An array of living and dining seating are poised for entertaining, all maintaining the property’s signature minimalist tones. Whitewashed walls set the stage for a host of playful contemporary artwork. Through an archway, there’s a quiet study complete with an indoor exercise bike. The calming atmosphere is effortlessly continued into the kitchen, where ceiling beams afford a light rustic touch to the streamlined surfaces and modern appliances.
A hallway glows blush pink, courtesy of a stylised neon light. It leads upstairs to the three bedrooms, each with a tranquil aesthetic and atmosphere. The principal bedroom is finished with a row of integrated wardrobes and bold wall prints. A free-standing tub is inviting at the centre of the en suite bathroom. Two guest bedrooms are complete with plenty of storage – the third-floor room leading directly onto the roof terrace. Capitalise on London’s sunny days with a state-of-the-art barbecue perfect for alfresco cooking.