On the ground floor of a Victorian terrace house in the Fulham area of London lies a gem of a home that is filled with antique finds and warm textures.
The two bedroom apartment has wonderful features such as fine stucco work, sash windows, and a marble fireplace. The interiors are warm using many textiles in earthy shades with the occasional color pop. The antique furnishings bring even more character to the rooms.
As the apartment is located on the ground floor, the home also has a lovely garden at the back. The garden is completely redesigned by the current owners and can be reached through the master bedroom.
At the front of the house sits the living room. The room is light thanks to the tripartite bay window composed of sash glass panels surmounted by delicate stained glass in a lattice effect.
A beautiful porphyry marble fireplace is the center piece of the room. The wall in the sitting room are painted in “Jitney” by Farrow & Ball.
At the back of the room is a comfy dining area surrounded by art. The new floor in this room is a mahogany parquet flooring with detailed gold inlay.
The cozy kitchen sits in the center of the apartment. It has warm timber floorboards and the walls are painted in “Green Ground” by Farrow and Ball.
The kitchen cabinets are painted in a soft cream shade. The kitchen has black stained oak work surfaces and white tiles by Tadelakt.
A surprising color pop can be found in the master bedroom with a vibrant yellow headboard.
Warmth and texture is added by the linen Pierre Frey wallpaper.
The small second bedroom also has a Pierre Frey wallpaper. The jungle themed wallpaper adds a fun touch to the room.
The garden has recently been redesigned in Mediterranean style. Gravel has been laid, the fences have been painted a vine-green and plants, including potted olive trees and Boxwood, and privet shrubs, have been planted.
This charming antique home in London is currently for sale at Inigo