Monochrome cool on a colourful Notting Hill mews.
A home for connoisseurs of contemporary style. Where a minimalist framework – clean-cut
lines, ample light and white – sets an understated backdrop for furnishings that double as works of art. Two bedrooms. Four floors to spread out. Effortless cool.
The jet-black exterior strikes a sharp, sophisticated note that resonates inside. Step off the cobbled mews and into a living space that takes ownership of the entire ground floor. Note the oversize windowsill that acts as discreet storage, a display case and a daybed. A smart space in form and function.
From its corner vantage point, dual-aspect, frosted windows follow the arc of the sun, capitalising on natural rays without compromising on privacy. But the pièce de résistance has to be the triple-height stairwell. Its sharp angles and glass balustrades channel light, stitching together this living space with the first-floor master suite and airy kitchen-dining room on the lower ground.
Attuned to its subterranean position, a second bedroom cum cinema offers flexible living. Soft, recessed lighting harmonising with earthy tones and textures. It’s a place for hunkering down with a good film on quiet evenings. Or perhaps a guest room for those who drop in for dinner and linger into the small hours – an adjoining bathroom features a walk-in shower. An indulgent home, designed for modern life.
From its corner vantage point, dual-aspect, frosted windows follow the arc of the sun, capitalising on natural rays without compromising on privacy.