This London apartment was originally a hodge-podge of dividing walls that hadn't been touched for 40 years, and had no central heating. The owners have restored a sense of granduer to the interior, with smart solutions for modern living such as the hidden television and home office spaces. A restrained colour scheme and textured surfaces complete this elegant three-bedroom home.
The large bay window is the perfect place for a piano, which sets the classic tone for the rest of the room. Above the sleek fireplace, the picture slides aside to reveal a television.
To brighten this narrow hallway space, mirrored panels on one side reﬂect the natural light won from the rooms at either end.
The built-in desk and storage space in the master bedroom provides a place to work, and also keeps filing out of the kitchen and living room.
The guest bedroom has a sleek feel, with crisp linens and a leather-covered bedframe adding a touch of hotel-style glamour.
Guest room office area
The guest bedroom also has a second work space - the bespoke storage and desk fit perfectly into the small space.
A dark console table and strong, graphic shapes help frame the beautiful picture, creating the effect of a striking tableau for visitors on entering the red-brick apartment.