Often our featured home tours take us virtually to LA. This is purely down to what our eye loves and seeks out in home interiors. But this week we’ve found a London townhouse home tour featuring all of the design accents we love – like, brass and pink. All balanced beautifully against a monochrome backdrop.
The five storey townhouse in Notting Hill was created for husband and wife clients with differing tastes, which is often a common challenge for couples don’t you think?!
The amazing result was created by Suzy Hoodless and Architects Hackett Holland. See the full feature here.
Keep an eye out for our favourite things .. velvet, marble, and brass lighting.
Let the home tour begin
Let’s start the home tour off with the living space. On entering the beautiful townhouse, you’re drawn to this light and airy front room which extends all the way to the back of the house too. With two living areas on this home tour, let’s see how they’ve cleverly divided the space up:
The amazing striped rug helps to elongate the room, and the central table helps create flow.
LIVING SPACE 2
Now this is where the real kick back living takes place. Yes, it’s a narrow space but you wouldn’t notice it at first would you? Again, a striped rug helps to lengthen the room and drawer the eye to the window – a top tip for a small room. Those blush curtains are doing wonders for the space also, creating a focal point of the room.
You can see how the room divides in to two here, with armchairs and rugs defining and separating both living zones.
Next up, let’s take a look at the kitchen. It is a minimal delight, but with glamorous touches bought in to the space with the lighting.
This gold pendant takes centre stage over a rustic understated wooden kitchen table. And make sure you spot the stripes behind the kitchen because it’s a little clue for how the space ties together.
These stripy stairs lead down from the kitchen into this colourful basement..
What an ideal room to unwind and watch a movie in. Perfect textures, and light for a film screening.
We love the colour play in this little room. The soft pink rug adds a warm touch to the blue mural.
How gorgeously luxe is this bedroom? This is yet another clever use of space, with the bath and sink left open within the bedroom. Better make sure to shut the curtains before having a soak ;).
Wondering where the loo is? Tucked behind one of those secret brass doors we suspect.
And finally, the jaw droppingly beautiful exterior. What a feast for the eyes.
Feature & Images: Suzy Hoodless