The Peter Pan House

Posted on Thu, 10 Jun 2021 by KiM

It only makes sense to name the home in which JM Barrie wrote Peter Pan The Peter Pan House. This West London townhouse is a Grade II*-listed property in which not one single detail (door handles included) can be changed without permission, and thus its quirks were reserved, and the owners requested the designer, Studio Ashby, utilize lots of colour and pattern. It’s traditional yet full of energy and whimsy. (Photos: Brotherton Lock)

Blanders says:

There’s something very joyous about a door that’s butter yellow on one side and aqua on the other. It suits a house in which a children’s classic was written.

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