Built in 1905, this five-bed terraced house combines a mix of classic and contemporary furnishings.
The living room is a mixture of old and new styles, with the house’s original features, such as the floorboards and fireplace, being restored to add character. A contemporary touch is added with comfy leather sofas and brightly coloured cushions and throws.
A modern white gloss kitchen looks great next to the beige limestone of the splashback and worktop. Wood was chosen for the top of the breakfast bar to create a warmer, homely feel.
The kitchen-diner leads out onto a patio paved with granite flagstones, where there’s enough room for a garden table and chairs in the summer. The patio doors pull back to make inside and out one big space, ideal for entertaining.
Pictures line one of the walls in the open-plan kitchen diner and make a great talking point. The imposing pendant light is made from silkworm cocoons.
The hallway is a soft, sophisticated shade of grey that contrasts with the vibrant curtain, which helps to keep in the warmth on cold nights. A wooden floor is a practical surface for the heavy traffic area.
Farrow & Ball
The small guest room is predominatly white to make it seem bigger, with pretty blue and green accents. A storage basket next to the bed doubles as a bedside table.
This graphic floral wallpaper creates a stunning feature wall behind the bed, while a warm wood bed frame continues the natural theme. Aqua accents add interest to the white bedlinen.
Cole & Son
Pastel pink walls are the perfect foil for this girly bedroom. Bold splashes of yellow, orange and red and cartoon wall stickers give the room a fun and light-hearted atmosphere.
In the bathroom, the space has been made to work better with a shower squeezed into the alcove. The truffle-coloured travertine tiles tie in with the dark-wood vanity unit.
Tubs & Tiles