Stylish and sophisticated lateral living. An eclectic update on a heritage home, this one-bedroom Notting Hill apartment is a serene springboard to and from vibrant west London.
The quintessentially Notting Hill pastel-pink exterior is an uplifting precursor to the charming tones and welcoming character found inside this home. On the lower-ground floor, enter the open-plan kitchen, living and dining room. Light washes over these social spaces through a wall of Crittal-framed windows, striking an industrial chord against the property’s period pedigree. The atmosphere is contemporary and cool, with a palette consisting of muted greys, pinks and whites. Set for culinary creativity, the kitchen is all smooth marble worktops and integrated appliances – accentuated by gold-toned finishes. Outside, a landscaped patio garden epitomises the term ‘urban oasis’, with its climbing greenery set against polished concrete.
The double bedroom uplifts as its soothes; pared-back tones and reams of light make for a thoroughly tranquil setting. Its served by a sleek bathroom, pairing stone-coloured tiling with sage joinery. With access to one of London’s most desirable communal gardens, Elgin Crescent vaunts contemporary chic with an enviable postcode.
The atmosphere is contemporary and cool, with a palette consisting of muted greys, pinks and whites.