A minimalist masterstroke. This three-bedroom apartment in Kensington is a haven of clean lines and gallery-like proportions.
Through a private entrance on an elegant street in Kensington, period details meet modern interiors. A sculptural chandelier crowns the entranceway of this design-forward home. Beyond, hardwood flooring flows into a magnetic split-level reception room.
A serene space, the open-plan kitchen and living area is an ode to the pared-back aesthetic. Whitewashed walls, floors and ceilings create an airy and uplifting atmosphere. The kitchen features full-height cabinetry, built-in appliances and a marble waterfall island with an integrated extractor. A large dining space, backdropped by quirky artwork, has seating for 10.
Up a few steps, the space expands into a double-height living area. A south-facing bay window is generous with natural light, illuminating thoughtful design decisions. The high ceiling is framed by intricate cornicing – a subtle nod to the home’s period framework.
A refined palette continues into the principal bedroom. This space features expansive proportions, fitted floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and a tiled en suite bathroom with a bathtub and a countertop basin. Two further bedrooms are calming sanctuaries of considered design. A tiled family bathroom features modern fittings and a console basin. At the rear of the property, a private terrace provides a secluded outdoor hideaway.
A south-facing bay window is generous with natural light, illuminating thoughtful design decisions.