Helloooo color! This home tour is absolutely packed with color. So if you love a colorful home, do not leave this page! We go to London to tour a beautiful Edwardian terrace house.
On the southern edges of Epping Forest stands this house built in 1905. Though the house is Edwardian, it also shows elements of the Arts & Crafts movement.
The house has been restored and most of its original features have been preserved. So expect beautiful fireplaces, fenestration, ironmongery, and joinery. And if the inside doesn’t win you over (it will) then there’s also a lovely garden.
Let’s start the tour in my favourite room, which is this green kitchen with a pink ceiling. The kitchen cabinets are painted in Duck Green by Farrow & Ball. The worktop is a thick granite.
Natural light floods in through the windows overlooking the outdoor space and the skylights. The door leads to a spacious utility room.
The original built-in dresser is also painted pink.
The sitting room is painted in Old Navy by Benjamin Moore. The beautiful ornate mantel has been preserved with bookshelves on either side.
The moody dining room overlooks the garden and is painted in Midnight Dream by Benjamin Moore. A glass-doored butler hatch opens to the kitchen.
The spacious hallway is also painted green. On the left you see a butler’s seat that forms the base of the stairwell. On the entire ground floor you’ll see hand-laid oak parquet.
The wool runner on the stair is by Roger Oates Design.
The bedroom is painted in Jewel Beatle by Little Greene.
Next to the bathroom window stands a cast-iron roll-top bath from the Cast Iron Bath Company.
Sleepin under the stars in this lovely kids bedroom with original black fireplace.
The house also has a large garden. From the terrace you go up a few steps to a rock garden with ferns and a grand old conifer tree. And beyond is also a greehouse.
The bay windows with cornice details and architraves set above are painted Off Black by Farrow & Ball.
This fabulous home is for sale at Inigo