On the ground floor of a Victorian terrace house in London, lies this cozy one-bedroom apartment. The flat has recently been renovated with much attention to the historic building. And it is now furnished in a lovely blend of vintage and contemporary furnishings.
The one-bedroom flat is 56 square meters big, which isn’t very big but the two outdoor spaces more than make up for the limited indoor space.
From the hallway you first enter a cozy sitting room that has been painted in a deep blue shade (‘Hicks Blue’ by Little Greene).
The bay window hav their original shutters and an ornate fireplace adds charm to this small sitting room.
They even managed to squeeze a home office into the living room. The yellow IKEA Strandmon adds a bright color pop to the room.
The flat has a spacious kitchen with bespoke joinery by West & Reid, with the oak cabinets painted in a deep olive green. The worktops are made of marble.
Through the kitchen door is a cozy outdoor space with stairs leading to the garden at the back of the house.
The bedroom is small with muted pink walls. The fireplace is the star of this room. Which has wardrobes by West & Reid on either side.
The small black and white bathroom has windows on two side which makes it a very light room. White metro tiles are combined with sleek black fittings.
At the back of the house is a garden with a kitchen garden filled with herbs.
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photography by The Modern House