Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Take a tour around a luxurious 19th Century London terrace

Living room

The neutral interior in the living room is both timeless and understated, with nickel trim along the edge of the  tables. 


Living area

The contemporary armoire in the family living room is one of a matching pair either side of the marble  fireplace. The door panels are lined with Grasscloth wallpaper. A large mirror adds an Art Deco feel, while the leather coffee table from Louise Bradley with its nickel frame echoes the scheme in the kitchen beyond. 


Dining room

Silver coloured detailing and mirrored plinths add a sleek feeling of luxury to this dining room.



A contemporary walnut kitchen by Smallbone is the Piece De Resistance of the open-plan kitchen and dining area. The walnut finish has been partnered with brushed-steel handles and glossy black granite worktops



A classic, neutral design is continued in the hallway, with an antique-style wood console table and contrasting dark wood chair. 



An unusual chesnut-brown grasscloth wallpaper from Bruno Triplet brings warmth and drama to the main bedroom. The velvet-covered footstool is from William Yeoward and the hand-painted silk lampshades are byClarissa Hulse. 



The floor-to-ceiling marble tiles add a touch of classic elegance to the en-suite bathroom.



An uncluttered shower room gives the illusion of more space and cleanliness.

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