The two-bed property is located in the heart of the leafy Brackenbury Village and is within easy reach of Hammersmith Station, Goldhawk Road Station and Shepherds Bush Station.
The open-plan reception and kitchen area features an eclectic range of styles from global nomad to shabby chic. A feature wall in forest green, botanical print cushions and a large corner plant also help to create a seamless flow between the inside and outside spaces.
The modern black range cooker, striking gold accessories and cobalt blue cabinets come together to create a look that we’re dubbing contemporary country. The on-trend string drop lights in the background are nice touch too.
This is easy-to-maintain, split-level garden is perfect for year-round entertaining. The border of large planters helps to define the upper level as a separate space.
This flexible space has a luxe log cabin feel and looks like it’s already perfectly set up for a home office. It’s also ideal as a ‘she shed’ and we can just imagine curling up with a good book away from the hustle and bustle of the main flat.
A grey interiors scheme is the perfect choice for this space as the large bay window still allows lots of natural light to flood in. A brass bedstead and metallic finishes on wardrobe door knobs, and on the statement chest of drawers tie the look together.
The cast iron radiator, free-standing claw-foot bathtub and wall-to-floor bathroom tiles give a nod to flat’s period past. The two-tone built-in bathroom cabinet and animal wall accents add interest.