London Townhouse By Kelly Hoppen

November 30, 2015

London Townhouse – This stunning Victorian terraced house built in 1845, is situated in the historical centre of London. Spanning over four floors, the design was conceived as an elegant canvas for an art collection and boasts an impressive 260 square meters.

The house includes two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a stunning conservatory, a gym and a beautiful outdoor space.

The briefing for the project was to respect the room layout orientated around the original staircase whilst bringing in modern elements. With this challenge at the forefront of Kelly’s mind, the designer used black bamboo floors throughout, linking the rooms together for a more fluid feel.

This is complemented by the addition of strong lines with the joinery and the light, bringing the modern twist needed by the art collection to dialogue with the traditional features.

Entering through the first floor into the dining room, kitchen and conservatory, the staircase sweeps you up into the elegant reception area on the second floor with its sober and deep palette of bronze, black and white allowing the owner to change the artworks in a very subtle manner.

Some strong colour in the dressing room on the fourth floor was added to bring additional vibrancy to the interiors. From the entrance hall there is a staircase which takes you down to the guest bedroom, gym and beautiful garden.

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