A 1700’s period townhouse in London

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020 by KiM

A bit of period magic for your Sunday viewing pleasure. This early 1700’s townhouse in Spitalfields, London is everything you could dream of in a home from that era. Left virtually untouched, as it should be, it is a step back in time with old floorboards, stone, brick, shutters, windows, beadboard, moldings and all the good things. Available as a location home via Shoot Factory.

Lorraine says:

Oops… You forgot to post the ‘after’ pictures.

KiM says:

You can find the after photos on someone else’s blog

AC says:

He He…. sorry

axie says:

wow- very cool! It almost looks like it was some kind of store in it’s early days. Love the ‘moment in time feeling’

midcenturyjo says:

It’s amazing. I love Spitalfields and the Huguenot silk weavers’ houses.

atma says:

Wow! I usually don’t prefer the old, gritty interiors but this is magic!

April says:

and that bed….so beautiful!

Melanie D Millar says:

Oh Thank God. I didn’t realize how desperately I needed to see a little patina.
Thank you thank you thank you

Moyra says:

Magical rooms. Thank you for sharing. I can relate to it all!

elise says:

this looks straight out of World of Interiors. Used to be OBSESSED.

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