On the first floor of an early-Edwardian terraced house in London lies this lovely one bedroom apartment. The light filled apartment has a stunning olive green living room which adds a serene and contemporary color touch to the home.
The house is located near Battersea Park in London on a street with chestnut and blossom trees and lined on two sides with Edwardian terraced houses.
The one bedroom apartment has a modest floorplan 55.9 sq m / 602 sq ft. But the beautiful sash windows that flood the home with natural light and make it feel light and spacious.
The living room sits at the front of the house and has two original sash windows. The walls are painted in a wonderful deep olive green shade which create a welcoming and natural atmosphere.
The living room has a little niche which would be a lovely home office or reading nook.
Via an open doorway you enter the modern white kitchen. The parquet floor lies in both the living room as the kitchen which gives the spacious a natural flow.
The modern kitchen with white cabinets has granite worktops and brass fittings.
The white painted fireplace adds some historic charm to the kitchen.
There is a small bedroom at the back of the house overlooking the neighbouring gardens. Built in wardrobes provide plenty of storage and opposite is another built in cupboard (not pictured).
The bathroom is a small but stylish space with white metro tiles on the walls and marble hexagon tiles on the floor. The wall space that aren’t tiled is painted in a warm aubergine color.
photography by the Modern House