This terrace house, built in the 1900s in south-east London, features a hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, home office, cloakroom, bedroom and bathroom.
2/8 Living room
An original Victorian fireplace, neutral walls and exposed wood flooring create a traditional look in this living room. The owner discovered the orante fireplace hidden behind a piece of MDF.
To avoid cluttering the worktops, plenty of cupboards have been incorporated into this kitchen design. White kitchen units contrast against green-blue walls.
4/8 Dining room
This dining room is in an original hallway that has been knocked through to create a light and airy space. Wooden furniture adds a country-house feel.
A large decorative mirror, neutral paint and a skylight maximise the natural light in the hallway of this Victorian house.
A white scheme emphasises this traditional bedroom's period fireplace and wood floorboards. A green throw over the bed adds a splash of colour to this predominantly white scheme.
A dark wooden vanity unit creates a striking focal point in this otherwise neutral bathroom scheme.
Basin unit and mirror
Karma basin unit and mirror from Roper Rhodes
8/8 Home office
This spare bedroom has been converted into a stylish home office with fresh white walls, a trestle table, comfy leather chair and vintage suitcases for storage.
Which is your favourite room in this beautiful home? Let us know in the comments box below...
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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