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Wednesday
Jun262013

Holland Park

This home in Holland Park, London, is EXACTLY where I would dream of living if I had the opportunity to go British. The exterior is absolutely breathtaking. This apartment occupies the full ground and lower ground floors of this double fronted Italianate villa. The contemporary decor in neutral colours works so well. And how about that kitchen! I'm not sure I'd want to be cooking at the stove staring at the wall but for some reason I've always been drawn to a layout like this. Love the island lighting strip too. More details here and the agent's page here.

Reader Comments (7)

Wonderful decorations, I like your blog, take a look of my blog, maybe you like also. Thanks

26 Jun 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSandra

Such tranquility!
I love the black cabinets in the dining area.

26 Jun 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLara

more than perfect!

26 Jun 2013 | Unregistered Commenterz

I'll take all things British: Holland Park for my city home and Britquirk for my country home. Suits the two sides of my personality. Both are gorgeous!

27 Jun 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMary

Marvelous common rooms. Bring some of that first-floor art and personality up to the master bedroom! The bath could do with some softening, and a privacy panel fo the toilet. Love the topiary trees.

27 Jun 2013 | Unregistered Commenteroh holland

I mean...obviously the bones. But the light fittings are superb too, so many high end london homes have hideous lighting choices.

Also the kids bedrooms are fantastic at being grown up but playful/childish.

I lived in Holland Park when I was little...seriously wonderful place for kids in central london.

28 Jun 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMarkus

Love those trees in the back garden!

12 Jul 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJenny

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