Peacock House, a former Victorian hospital in London, has been converted into a residential building and on the ground floor of this historic building you can find a beautiful light apartment with high ceilings, modern design, and a garden.
The two bedroom apartment has been redesigned by architect Martin Antal in collaboration with designer Andu Masebo. They playfully combined textures, materials, and colors to turn this home into a unique modern abode.
The floorplan of this apartment is just over 60 square meters but the high ceilings and large windows turn the rooms into bright and spacious feeling spaces.
From the hallway, you enter an open-plan living, kitchen, and dining space. The double-height ceilings, large windows, and Bauwerk limewash walls turn this space into a light and calm room.
The kitchen is simple but stylish with white cabinets with light gray handles and a green veined marble worktop.
Opposite the sofa, they made the most of the high ceilings by adding a custom-made oak bookcase with open and closed storage.
The narrow, long hallway features a blue curved metal cupboard, providing plenty of concealed storage.
The second bedroom has been turned into a television room.
The storage cabinet in the television room seamlessly turns into a desk into the corner of the room.
The master bedroom is a serene space with limewash walls and built in wardrobes.
The master bathroom has smooth Carrera marble tiles and a combined bath/shower.
Full-height French doors in the kitchen open up into the private garden with a dining area and bordered with luscious planters and built-in seating.
This modern apartment in London is for sale at The Modern House