A 19th Century London Townhouse with Kitchen Extension
We’re going back to London to my favourite type of homes, namely a Victorian townhouse. I love historic architecture and this townhouse is the perfect blend of new and old.
The townhouse is located on St. Pauls Crescent in London. Built in the 1860s the townhouse features amazing period details such as Victorian cornicing, box sash windows, chimneypieces and pitch pine floors.
The current owner has restored and renovated the Victorian townhouse revealing these gorgeous period pieces. But they also added a kitchen extension with steel framed skylights.
There are no white walls in this London townhouse. In the sitting room the walls have been painted in a dark grey, while the ceiling is painted pink.
The dark grey walls and black wooden floor give this room a moody look. The pink ceiling and funiture adds a bright spot to the room.
The kitchen is the newest addition to the house. The extension fits perfectly with the rest of the house. The kitchen is designed by deVOL, with cabinets painted in Bakehouse Green.
The skylight brings plenty of natural light to this kitchen. The Crittall doors lead to a private garden. The soft pink cabinet and walls add a lighter touch to this room made of steel, brick and dark green kitchen.
The bedroom is painted in a soft green hue and it has raw wooden floors.
More pink in the bathroom were a clawfoot bath takes center stage.
A little study on the first floor landing.
Take a look at these homes with deVOL kitchens:
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- A Peaceful 19th Century Home Where Past and Present Meet
- A Light-Filled Maisonette with a Lovely Garden
This house is currently for sale at Inigo.