It’s not every day that you are greeted with a candy pink front door that leads into an interesting and colour-filled home. Today’s home doesn’t disappoint with hints of colour, texture and a taste of the unconventional in every room.
This five-storey, 19th-century terraced house in north London overflows with the owner’s interest in fascinating interiors. A variety of eccentric pieces set the tone for this vibrant and interesting home. Dramatic colours and interesting surfaces add to the ‘cabinet of curiosities’ feel of the interior.
The living room has a luxury feel about it with a beautiful chandelier that takes centre stage in this space Neutral colours and textures create a welcoming tone in this space. Yet beautiful red velvet seating pops against the neutral backdrop. Each room takes on its own unique aesthetic and the living room definitely has a relaxed glam vibe going on.
Get lost in this home’s basement which has cleverly been converted into a library nook. Dark tones seem to cocoon you into this space and we love the bold red seating that adds a little drama to this interesting space.
The kitchen is bright and airy and leads to the outdoor patio. Folding doors welcome the outdoors in here. Tiled flooring also hints at a cool, outdoor vibe, right in the heart of the kitchen.
A massive skylight is superb in the open plan dining and kitchen area and allows a natural flow of light and air throughout this modern space. The walls have been treated with a parquetry pattern created from reclaimed wood, which adds a warmth and richness to this space. Scrubbed and stained for a driftwood effect, the room is bold and beautiful and we absolutely love the pops of pink in this space.
In the master bedroom, the wallpaper is the real winner – glistening in a stunning Chinese wallpaper offering. Calming colours create a relaxed atmosphere in this room and we love the variety of textures and cooling tones used in this space.