Posted on Thu, 12 May 2011 by KiM

Domus Nova is an independent estate agency in London with exceptionally fabulous properties for sale or rent. I was emailing the other day with someone who works for the company (thanking them for featuring our blog in their magazine they print a couple times a year) and begged for photos of a property I fell head over heels in love with that was featured on both their website and their magazine. It’s a fabulous juxtaposition of classical architecture with contemporary and vintage furnishings. This 5 bedroom freehold townhouse located in Notting Hill is to die for, with bold colours and even bolder artwork throughout each space. It’s “vibrant elegance” they call it has me utterly smitten. And for a cool £4,250,000 it can be yours! (I’ll take it!!!)
P.S. I’m hoping to hit them up for more photos of other properties they have listed so stay tuned!

Notting Hill in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea UK? I love this place. Whenever I'm in the United Kingdom, I always drop by Portobello Road Market. It's one of my favorite places in Europe.

The houses there are really posh. I've been inside to three homes and their designs are amazing. I saw one living room as big as a studio type apartment in New York. Though not as colorful as the ones posted here, they still look sassy and comfy.

I totally dig the wallpaper in the dining room and the paint color in the kitchen – thanks for sharing!

Lee Tran says:

That looks like the home of a well-known florist we featured in the Jan/Feb issue of Inside Out. I recognise the shaggy cushion, pink wallpaper and artworks!

Rachael says:

I recognize the sixth photo as decorator Abigail Ahern's work. She does amazing and original work. Those funny poufs and the giant task lamp are both available at her online store.

jes says:

this has abigail ahern written all over it. love love love.

New homes Bristol says:

Absolutely stunning decor and ambience. It looks so effortless, yet there has obviously been a lot of thought and detailed planning gone into the look. I really like the quirkiness of the objet d'art, soft furnishings, rugs and furniture, with the eclectic mix of the traditional Victorian architecture. Beautiful. The kitchen and dining room is stunning.

In super amounts of love.

Oh yes! Recognized it straight away! It is! It's London-based florist, Nikki Tibbles (old) place! Think it appeared in January 2011 issue of Inside Out mag…
Absolute 100% perfection.
Thanks for the heads up you guys!

LOVE. Eclectic and fun. I can't see a man living comfortably here, however. Certainly and single girls pad.

Manuel says:

That is just WOW. Absolutely love the furniture!

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