I instantly recognized the arched windows in the living room of this Maida Vale maisonette home. This two-floor apartment in a Victorian townhouse in London was published on The Nordroom a couple of years ago when it was put up for sale by the previous owner. And now, it’s for sale again, so we can compare the two interior styles.
This maisonette home has undergone several renovations in the last couple of years. Contemporary additions have been added to the house, but they pair beautifully with the original period features of the Victorian home.
A new kitchen by deVOL has been installed, and a trio of arched French windows in the living room connects the room with the lush garden at the back. The light Farrow & Ball color palette in combination with the period features and classic decor gives this home a timeless look.
The sitting room features the three beautiful windows that offer a great view of the green garden. The room is centered around a marble Chesneys fireplace, which is flanked by built-in bookshelves.
The hallway is painted in a warm and natural terracotta shade.
The kitchen is a design by my favorite British kitchen company, deVOL. The dark blue painted cabinets are paired with quartz and wooden worktops and brass fittings.
The large southeast-facing bay window brightens the space while the wooden floor and marble fireplace add warmth and historic character.
On the first floor are three bedrooms. The master bedroom is decorated in a calming color palette and features a bay window and built-in wardrobes. On the right, you can just see the playful wallpaper from Soane Britain that was added to the room.
The big selling point of this maisonette home is the walled garden with mature fig, cherry, and willow trees that lend a layer of privacy.
In the previous home tour, you can find more pictures, including images of the utility room, bathroom, and more outdoor photos.
This gorgeous maisonette home in London is for sale at Domus Nova.