Take a tour around a grand townhouse in Notting Hill

This stunning home in Notting Hill has been remodelled to create a fabulous open-plan interior. Take a tour with housetohome.co.uk. Find more house tours and inspiration pictures in our galleries

See inside this beautiful home in Notting Hill, the result of two flats being knocked back together.

1/8 Notting Hill home

women child on stairs with exterior of house

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

2/8 Kitchen-diner

dinning room with dinning table and white walls

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

The all-white kitchen is tucked away in one corner of the grand dining area, which features touches of glamour, such as the 4 re-upholstered Arts and Crafts chairs found in an antiques shop.

The stripy cabinet was made by Wardour Workshops (opens in new tab).

3/8 Kitchen area

kitchen with dinning table and chandelier with chair

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

Lots of storage ensures the kitchen is clutter-free, and the hob from Smeg (opens in new tab) sits flush with the worktop to give a sleek look.

The kitchen was made by Wardour Workshops (opens in new tab) from MDF units spray-lacquered white to match the Corian (opens in new tab) worktops.

4/8 Living room

living room with white walls and sofa set with cushions

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

The sitting area is completely open-plan, but has been sectioned off from the kitchen and dining areas with an L-shaped sofa. At night, the Arco lamp helps define the area. Bold cushions and a rug add colour and pattern to the space.

5/8 Bedroom

bedroom with white walls and chandelier

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

The bedroom suite exudes glamour, with gorgeous fabrics and a glittering chandelier.

The blind fabric is by Neisha Crosland (opens in new tab) and the wardrobe doors are inlaid with laser-cut marquetry in dyed veneers, together with tiny pieces of abalone and mother of pearl.

6/8 Bathroom

bathroom with bathtub and faucet

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

The master bathroom suite has a peaceful feel, with its big slabs of stone, rather than tiles and grout.

The sanitaryware came from CP Hart (opens in new tab) and the taps were from KWC (opens in new tab). The stone was from Stone Productions (opens in new tab).

7/8 Sitting area of master bedroom

sofa with cushions and white walls with lamp

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

In one corner of the master bedroom is a laid-back sitting area, strictly for grown-ups.

The sofa was covered in velvet by Kuhn Upholstery (opens in new tab).

8/8 Kids’ room

kids room with kids and white walls

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Hiscock)

The bunk beds in this children's room hide plenty of storage underneath, and are easy for the children to access. They also free up room for a computer desk at one end. A colourful striped blind completes the look.

Looking for more modern decorating inspiration? Check out our House Tours section for everything from an industrial-chic conversion to a retro 1970s-inspired bungalow.

Heather Young
Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. 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.