A Notting Hill apartment with soothing Scandinavian design. Expect space, light, clean lines and functionality across this two-bedroom home.
Purchased in 2014, the owner undertook a complete renovation that involved opening up the third-floor kitchen, dining room and lounge, and adding a contemporary banquette to provide a dining space and social hub. Inspired by mid-century and contemporary Scandinavian style, the owner opted for a neutral palette of white, black and wood tones. The bespoke kitchen was manufactured by Pronorm. Sleek in style and intelligent in design, the space included top of-the-range appliances and Silestone quartz work surfaces.
Upstairs, the owner changed the bedroom configurations to provide two generous sleeping spaces, both with en-suite bathrooms and their own private balconies. Brilliantly light and bright, the property’s contemporary feel shines through the white-washed oak flooring, fully integrated Sonos music system and various retro furniture pieces curated by Augustus Reaves.
The owner says: “The property stood out for me because of its location, proximity to the centre of Notting Hill and the appeal of the street itself: a beautiful, quiet, tree-lined street with some of the most impressive architecture in London. The flat also offered an abundance of natural
light that I couldn’t turn down.”
“The property stood out for me because of its location, proximity to the centre of Notting Hill and the appeal of the street itself" - Homeowner.