On the top floor of a Regency style building in London lies a beautiful light apartment with slanted ceilings. The two bedroom apartment lies in the William Gaitskell House which is named after its first occupant.
The building was recently restored to a refined and elegant finish that chimes with its Georgian origins.. The 92.4 sq m / 994 sq ft apartment has light rooms with views over central London and two bedrooms, both with an en suite bathroom.
The entire apartment is decorated in a light color scheme and the open plan living room and kitchen also features a beautiful warm wooden floor.
At one side of the apartment lies an open plan living room with kitchen. The walls are painted in a light cream shade called Stone II by Farrow and Ball. The room has American walnut floorboards which add a lot of warmth to the space.
The room is fitted with a modern kitchen with white cabinets and a stainless steel sink. The awkward space under the slanted ceiling is fitted with shelves so no storage space is lost.
Next to the kitchen sits a generous dining area, the sash windows flood the room with natural light and provide view of the beautiful London architecture.
The apartment has two bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes. In this bedroom, the wardrobes are combined with bookshelves.
The second bedroom has a niche that is fitted with wardrobes. The dressing room is fit with wardrobes made of American walnut, the same as the floorboards in the living room. The wardrobe doors have been fitted with intricately carved antique window panels.
The master bathroom is a modern space with large dark gray tiles paired wth marble wall tiles.
This beautiful attic apartment is now for sale at Inigo.