Terraced House, Southwest London
This Edwardian property was bought by the client in 2013 to be much more than a fixer-upper. Originally two (and maybe a half) bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen the size of the bathroom, no washing machine ever installed, no central heating system, we could go on… the property was ushered into the 21st century. The footprint and the square meterage were nearly doubled by extending the house in two directions and adding a master bedroom and ensuite bathroom, plus quite a lot of climate-controlled storage within the loft.
One of the highlights is the bespoke kitchen, containing an abundance of Brazilian quartzite running through the cool, calming, custom-colored cabinetry. Another notable feature is the handmade stained glass front door, crafted by a local artisan. Tailor-made furniture, upholstery and window dressings were implemented for every room in the house. Colors and textures reference each other throughout, giving a unified flow to the family home.
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