Husband and wife Anthony and Josephine Vanderwest – better known as Oh Wonder – are selling their modern London home which includes a music studio.
Oh Wonder makes pared-down, soft electro-pop which is often described as comforting. And their Dulwich home also reflects this soft and comforting style.
Anthony and Josephine bought this Victorian home four years ago and they instantly knew how they wanted it to look like. They knocked down a few internal walls to create bright open spaces filled with contemporary furniture and abstract art.
Anthony and Josephine blend their styles in this home. Anthony loves Danish design and a calm Scandinavian aesthetic. Josephine on the other hand likes more maximalist decor which you can really see in the artwork.
The artwork has been collected when they were touring the world as Oh Wonder.
Originally the sitting room were two smaller rooms, but they have opened up the space to create a large living room. The combination of contemporary design with the historic features of the Victorian home is simply stunning.
The kitchen extension has a sunken floor made of micro cement. The floor-to-ceiling windows flood this room with light and gives you a real connection with nature.
The minimalistic kitchen is custom made with quartz worktops and bespoke wooden cabinetry.
An unexpected color pop with the toilet under the stairs.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor with Jack and Jill bathroom. The master bathroom has it’s own en-suite bathroom. The bedrooms are minimalistic and light with a warm wooden floor.
The master bedroom also has an en-suite wardrobe room.
Outside in a studio designed in the Japanese shou sugi ban-style with black cedar cladding.
Underhill Road, on which this house stands, was an architect’s showcase. This means that architects in the Victorian period could build a house here to showcase their work. No house on this street therefor looks the same.
The home is for sale at The Modern House