Elegant interiors and considered style form the bones of this Scandi-inspired, one-bedroom lateral apartment with an exclusive postcode.
On the exterior, a stucco-fronted building steeped in the grand architectural heritage of Notting Hill. On the inside, a contemporary sanctuary characterised by its pared-back design and timeless finishes.
From a tree-lined street, step inside to an open-plan, south-east facing reception room, dining area and kitchen; a masterclass in monochromatic design. A large Crittall window and exquisite skylight expertly channel light across the full length of the room, making the most of high ceilings and period proportions. The room’s fresh palette – crisp, white walls delicately offset by black accents – is decidedly contemporary, injected with warmth from soft-toned herringbone wood floors. The kitchen is a sleek and streamlined affair; think inky blue fitted cabinetry, marble worktops and integrated appliances. In the living area, a cosy log burner.
Next door, an immaculately finished, family-sized bathroom with a bathtub makes for a calming space. Sharing the floor, a bright double bedroom. Flooded with light from a large sash window, it’s a pocket of peace offering views of the greenery outside, complete with whitewashed hues and seamless fitted cabinetry.
The room’s fresh palette – crisp, white walls delicately offset by black accents – is decidedly contemporary, injected with warmth from soft-toned herringbone wood floors.