A re-designed Victorian terraced house in south-west London.
A large, modern open plan kitchen designed by Jamie Oliver’s kitchen designer. A good balance of materials and versatile space. Stainless steel worktops and units with dark green tiles above.
A marble topped large wooden kitchen island (with hob).
Stainless steel appliances.
One wall with free standing, glass fronted cupboards displaying an eclectic mix of china and glassware.
House of Hackney fabric and a Russell Pinch sofa, Ilse Crawford mid-century table and chairs and crittall windowed back wall opening onto a walled, terraced garden.
A double sitting room with dark blue walls, an upright piano in the library area, Victorian fireplace and crittall windows and doors onto hallway.
House of Hackney wallpaper in the main bedroom with a Bert & May patterned tiled en-suite bathroom and dressing room.
Furniture is a mix of old and new, brands such as Hay, Gubi and Skandium feature. Lighting by BTC, Anglepoise and Studio Warm.
Nearest tube station at either Clapham Junction or Clapham South.