With an eye for design displayed in every corner, there’s plenty to admire here. The living room is all light-filled, vintage-style glamour, with soft tones, gilded mirror and ruched curtains. As with everything here though, there’s some signature flair interwoven through the artwork — plus that rather arresting, charcoal-coloured sculpture. In terms of vying for attention, the TV room jostles to the front with its striking, burnt umber interiors and intriguing wall hangings. Not to mention that rather irresistibly cushy-looking sofa, perfect for a few film nights in. And speaking of film, we think the set design Oscar should go to the dining room. Opening onto the garden and boasting a beautifully canopied ceiling, draped in elegant white folds that magnify the light pouring through the glass — you couldn’t ask for a more ambient spot. Throw in an airy kitchen, complete with breakfast bar, patio doors, and bonus snug area, and you may find eating out starts to lose its appeal. The principal bedroom boasts ample space, a sunshine-yellow ensuite, and a peppering of personality (that ostentatiously high-backed chair being our favourite); whilst the single room is smaller, but delightfully cosy and serenely mellow in yellow.
Everyone adores a pristine garden, especially one with perfectly preened flower beds, ivy-clad walls, and an al fresco-ready dining table. But the general design flair evinced, well, everywhere, edges it for us. It’s tricky to pick a favourite, but the gold-flecked bathroom with its uniquely textured stone basin is high on our list, as is the penchant for Moroccan-inspired prints.
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