This Victorian townhouse in London is not only unique on the outside, but the interiors are also a wonderfully vibrant and unique. The townhouse was built in 1876 in a Dutch revival style with a gable roof and a red brick facade laid in Flemish bond.
The interiors are an eclectic blend of styles, colors, textures, and materials. The owners made bold color choices like turquoise and orange. And in almost every room you can expect a bold color accent.
As with many historic houses in London, this townhouse also has a contemporary extension. On the lower ground floor is a bright open-plan living room, kitchen, and dining room. This floor is more modern in comparison to the rest of the house. But despite the change of styles on this floor, you can also see color and texture that makes this home so unique.
On the ground floor you can find a study and sitting room with a dining room in between. The color scheme is certainly bold with orange wallpaper and a green built in desk and storage.
A large skylight not only floods this room with natural light but also the snug in the floor below the study.
In the original part of the house the cornicing has been reintroduced and a specially commissioned stone chimneypieces in a contemporary pronounced bolection design has been installed.
Between the living room and the home office sits a dining room with the same chimneypiece. The wall between the dining room and hallway has been opened up with makes this room feel larger. The Belgian linen wallpaper is by Arte.
On the lower ground floor is a large open plan living space. Here you can see a more contemporary style with the kitchen at the heart of this space. Wide oak floorboards in a warm gray tone run throughout the space.
The dining room sits at the front of the house with a monolithic honed Paonazza marble chimneypiece as the centerpiece of the room. The same green tone you can see in the home office is also visible here in the textured wallpaper.
The kitchen is made of custom oak veneer cabinets. Thick-cut slabs of Silestone in a textured volcano finish rest atop the cabinets.
At the back is a modern snug/tv room with doors leading to the garden where you can find a dining table and a play area.
The staircase has hand-woven ‘Peacock’ coir matting by Sinclair Till.
The master bedroom has plaster pink walls and French windows that open up to a Juliet balcony. One wall has a lattice-framed mirror wardrobe fitted.
In total, the house has six bedrooms that all have colorful accents.
There is a small garden at the back of the house has two areas. The lower area has a terracotta brick-laid terrace with stones that are imported from Italy. It also features a Victorian wall-mounted fountain and built in benches that create a spacious dining area. the upper garden area is now used as a play area.
This home on Albert Bridge Road London is currently for sale at Inigo.