A Victorian terraced townhouse set over five storeys, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms on the upper two floors; a double drawing room, family room, snug, study and hall on the first and ground levels, and a utility room, nanny suite and kitchen-dining room leading to a garden on the lower level.
Settling here from overseas, the owners of this house in Primrose Hill chose the area for its quintessentially English architecture and bohemian feel. They loved the property’s original features and wanted their new home to be light and spacious, with plenty of storage and an eclectic British feel. As self-confessed ‘culture vultures’, the couple’s art collection formed the basis of their home’s colour palette.
Originally set over four-storeys, the property was tall and narrow with boxy rooms, which made it feel dark and poky. Our build team removed dividing walls throughout and created a fifth floor in the loft.
On the lower ground floor the ceiling height was increased to create a bright, open family kitchen-diner, which leads to a courtyard garden.
On the ground floor a zingy tangerine corner sofa and yellow occasional chair give this dual-aspect room a vibrant and welcoming feel. There is stylish storage in the chimney alcoves and a study area and music room, which can be closed off with a discreet pocket door.
In the master suite on the second floor, a corridor of stylish soft pink panelling conceals floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and leads to a stunning antique mirrored doorway, behind which is a generous marble-clad en-suite bathroom.
On the third floor two bedrooms and a bathroom were located in the loft space. Pretty pink wall coverings, custom cabinetry and timeless furniture result in two charming children’s rooms, while pink chevron tiles, simple white fittings and rose gold brassware are combined in a complementary bathroom scheme.