Townhouse with rustic reused decor and unusual layout in Notting Hill

It seems that this is a house somewhere in the mountains, but in fact – it’s a townhouse in Notting Hill, a famous area of ​​London. The designer decided to give a second life to old wood, vintage furniture and textiles. In the kitchen-living room, there is a hearth, as in medieval homes, and owners dine at a wooden table with a bench. An invisible staircase behind the kitchen leads upstairs to the bedrooms and the bathroom. One of the beds is located right next to the window, and the room has a sink and a small toilet corner – ideal for a guest. The master bedroom has a lot of light and air and a minimum of objects, which is very tunes in a calm mood. In such a small house, however, there was a place not only for a spacious bathroom and laundry, the owners managed to place a shower with a bench – a rare and incredibly convenient solution. Very unusual and fabulous home!

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Comments: 5
  1. Наталья

    Колоритно, но ” обшарпэ” на любителя, конечно!

  2. Inna

    Подходящая стилистика для Ноттинг-Хилл, там ежегодный карнавал проводится, фильм с Джулией Робертс снимался, много антикварных лавочек и африканских магазинчиков… Именно то настроение. Очень понравилось. (Аксель Вервордт, ваби-саби – выбор продвинутых)))

  3. Слава

    Соглашусь с Натальей! А как в кино, только в кино:)

  4. ййй,

    Круто! И вот он-бежевый, который никогда не надоест!)

  5. Наталья

    А мне понравилось. Ванная комната на предпоследних фото вообще мечта!

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