Take a tour around a modern white Georgian house in north London

The lower-ground floor of this Georgian semi has a kitchen/dining/living area, utility room and WC, with a double-height space above the dining zone.

The lower-ground floor of this Georgian semi has a kitchen/dining/living area, utility room and WC, with a double-height space above the dining zone. Overlooking this is the mezzanine library and formal living room. The main bedroom, his-and-hers dressing rooms, main bathroom and a WC are on the first floor. The boys' bedrooms are on the second floor, as is a WC, bathroom and guest bedroom suite.

Laid out in classic chevron fashion, rich engineered boards add a final luxe touch to this mezzanine library. Chosen to match the bespoke shelving, the flooring makes the perfect backdrop for showcasing the owner's capsule collection of furniture and accessories....

Architects
Stiff + Trevillion (opens in new tab)

Sofa and footstool
Graham and Green (opens in new tab)

1/8 Rug

living room with book shelf and sofa

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

The Rug Company (opens in new tab)

2/8 Living room with dog artwork

white living room with sofa and wall painting

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

The ground floor space tends to be used for grown-up gatherings. A dynamic mix of modern furniture and quirky artwork and detailing lend to a contemporary aesthetic.

Artwork
Growler by Adam Cullen at Michael Reid (opens in new tab)
Cushions
Habitat (opens in new tab)

3/8 Dining room with contemporary white furniture

white dining room with wooden flooring and table

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

This double-height dining room allows a lot more light to flow in and you can appreciate the curve of the wall, which works wonderfully with the table.

Table
Knoll (opens in new tab)
Chairs
Charles and Ray Eames for Vitra at Aram Store (opens in new tab)

4/8 Breakfast area with wire frame pendant lights 

white kitchen with walled shelves and flower vase

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

The island is made from Calacatta Vagli marble from Italy. It adds a lovely elegance to this industrial-style yet modern kitchen. Bronze mirrored glass adds a glam note.

Pendants

Raimond Puts for Ox-ID at Moooi (opens in new tab)
Stools
Philippe Starck for Kartell (opens in new tab)

5/8 Monochrome kitchen with handleless units

kitchen with white cabinet and cookpot

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

Handleless units are a great way to create a streamlined feel. Bring your kitchen right up to date with an on-trend monochrome scheme. Here, the owners chose a black marble splashback to prevent the room from feeling too white and sterile.

Range cooker
Mercury (opens in new tab)

6/8 Children's room with elaborate bunk beds 

children's bedroom with bunk beds

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

Bunk beds are a practical choice for sleepovers and for compact bedrooms. This quirky design has been created with symmetrical curved lines, giving it a fun look.

Bed

Mimondo (opens in new tab)
Storage unit
Kartell (opens in new tab)

7/8 White bedroom with colourful cushions

white bedroom with bed and walled pictures

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

Perk up a white bedroom in an instant with some fun and quirky artwork and a trio of modern cushions. Liven up pale palettes with subtle hits of colour and metallic accents.

Prints
Peter Blake at artrepublic.com (opens in new tab)
Lighting
Ferrucio Laviani for Kartell (opens in new tab)

8/8 Marble-clad bathroom with walk-in shower

white tiled bathroom with shower area

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Brown)

Luxury is the order of the day in this bathroom. The walk-in shower, basin, walls and flooring have all been lined with marble. Black and white accessories transform the scheme from all-white to monochrome in an instant.

Shower fittings and basin taps

Lefroy Brooks (opens in new tab)

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.