Raw textures and natural light are in abundance in this 19th-century Notting Hill townhouse, whose interiors are evocative of an English country pile.
The three-bedroom London property has stripped-back rustic rooms with exposed original features and rough-hewn finishes across its four floors. Spaces are framed within elegant period bones and softened with pale pink plaster walls, organic fabrics, and natural timber accents.
In the cosy basement kitchen, a fireplace mantel with unfinished concrete edges sits opposite minimalist cabinets with marble worktops and an agate stone-effect splashback. Exposed beams cross the ceiling while thin planks line the floor, enclosing the space in warm woody tones.
On the floor above is a double living room divided by two Georgian pillars and bookended by tall, wooden-shuttered sash windows. Cornicing trims its high ceilings and plush furnishings cluster around a Carrera marble fireplace, topped with oil paintings, which lean against the wall in a relaxed fashion.
Elsewhere, there is a boho-styled living space, bathed in light from a large skylight and a metal-framed bay window with a cantilevered Corian exterior surround and views of the rear garden. There is also a wood-lined utility room with a butler’s sink, arched windows on its upper levels, and an alcove bedroom panelled in salvaged wood.
The Notting Hill townhouse is available to rent from £4,750 per week with Domus Nova.