A five-storey, late Victorian house in north London with a den and cloakroom on the lower-ground floor, and a living room and open-plan kitchen-dining space on the ground floor. The first floor has a master suite and study. The second floor has three bedrooms and a bathroom, and the top floor houses a bathroom and a children’s den under the eaves.
A blown up reproduction of a 16th-century painting is the focal point of the living room. The dusty pink wall colour is a brave and daring choice, but works well to provide a tranquil area to wind down. A grey geometric rug adds depth and dimension to the room.
A combination of bright modernity with opulent flourishes creates a fresh, fashionable mood. The steps double as shelving for favourite books, adding colour as well as being a practical storage solution.
Make a statement in your bedroom with a dark reupholstered bed and quirky table lamps. A red velvet throw, ornate chandelier and gold leather chair create an opulent feel that works well against the pale backdrop.
The black and white colour scheme of this en-suite bathroom gives the space a touch of old-school Hollywood glamour.