In the heart of Blenheim Crescent in Notting Hill stands a beautiful historic building with a two-bedroom penthouse. The former artist studio has been redesigned by designer Saskia Blyth into a stunning modern rustic apartment.
The interiors of the penthouse apartment are spectacular. The open-plan spaces have high vaulted ceilings and large windows, giving the living rooms a cathedral-like vibe. The yellow plaster walls and the Parquet de Versailles wooden flooring, which is sourced from Belgium, give the living spaces a calm but classic base.
The house is decorated in a monochrome color palette of whites, grays, and blacks, which has been warmed up with wooden accents. And this helps to turn the grand living space with monochrome furniture feel warm and inviting.
Natural light floods into the room thanks to a pair of double-height windows that reach up into the eaves.
The entire first floor is home to the living spaces. The floorplan is laid out in a u shape, creating a series of interconnected rooms that seamlessly flow into one another.
A snug has been created next to the main living space. The lower wooden ceiling turn this space into a cozy sitting room.
The dining area features mottled walls that reflect daylight.
The kitchen is a moody space with a monolithic Boffi island in the center. The island is paired with a black marble worktop, dark-grained wood cabinets, and inky black walls.
The penthouse has two bedrooms that are connected by a balcony overlooking the Notting Hill roofscape.
The bathroom is simple and stylish with gray walls, a walk-in shower, and black fittings.
This beautiful modern rustic penthouse apartment is available to rent on Domus Nova.