• Shepherds Bush
  • From £1,500 per night

Captivating in scale and calming in feel, this interior-designed, five-bedroom family home in West London is envisioned for aesthetes.

Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4
Capacity: 10
On a tree-lined residential street in Shepherd’s Bush, this five-bedroom home makes a playful first impression with its pale pink front door. Behind it lies three expansive floors of sophisticated interiors executed with flawless precision, courtesy of design aficionados Vada Collective.

The sweeping open-plan layout of the ground floor captures attention as soon as you enter. Bay windows flood the living space with light, highlighting its decorative cornicing and ornate fireplace. Furnishings are stylish yet understated, lending attention to the gilded chandeliers, prints and artwork thoughtfully placed throughout. Adjacent, two full-height teal display shelves frame a glossy black grand piano. 

Dark wood floors continue into the kitchen and dining area, brightly illuminated through a wall of full-height Crittall glazing and a generous skylight. Centring the kitchen is a large Carrara marble island, while white panelled cabinets and a large rangemaster oven are accentuated with gold handles. Next door, there’s a separate larder and utility room. Eight dusty-rose chairs are sat around the wooden dining table; it’s a modish setting for entertaining. Beyond, the garden is immaculately presented across a patio and lawn. Vertical timber fences create a sense of privacy, with seating and dining areas surrounded by manicured topiary.
Spread over the two upper floors, each bedroom has been finished with an exceptional eye for detail and timeless interior design. The principal bedroom sprawls across the first floor, with whitewashed walls setting a calming scene for a super king size four-poster bed, free-standing bath and marble fireplace. At the other end of the room, there’s a dedicated dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a television. An en suite bathroom can be seen through floor-to-ceiling black-framed glass, where a shower and dual vanity is wrapped in oversized marble tiles.

Also on the first floor, a guest bedroom suite features wooden parquet floors and a sculptural fireplace, while its bathroom showcases a freestanding tub alongside a reclaimed copper radiator. An additional guest bedroom suite takes a moodier turn with dark walls and a matching bathroom, complete with an inky freestanding tub. Elsewhere, two kids’ rooms are served by a family bathroom. 
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    Exceptional interior design

    Courtesy of the architectural experts at VADA Collective, Boscombe Road is replete with high quality materials, large panels of glass and eye-catching artwork. Period details feel harmonious with industrial accents; marbled and mirrored surfaces reflect the abundance of natural light.

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    Al fresco interludes

    The garden is a beautifully landscaped suntrap, complete with verdant trees, flower bushes and an array of seating perfect for warm-weather gatherings.

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    Open-plan inspiration

    There’s a fantastic sense of flow to the ground floor, with wood floors running seamlessly from the living room through to the kitchen.

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    A family affair

    There’s room for everyone to rest and relax across the five contemporary bedrooms, each with a calming atmosphere.

About the area

Boscombe Road is a peaceful, leafy street close to West London’s best-loved hotspots.

Start your day with coffee at Wild Thyme then head to the UK’s largest shopping centre, Westfield — The Village is home to a number of world-class luxury brands. Music lovers will appreciate the Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Stop by White City House for their rooftop swimming pool or try out local favourite restaurants including Waka, Bluebird or Michelin-starred Endo at the Rotunda. 

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