House with beautiful wooden ceiling that create a warm ambience

My first impression about this house when I saw it was that here must live a couple that really loves nature and reading, an intellectual family who knows to appreciate natural building materials . Built in the 1960’s, this special and unique two bedrooms flat arranged over four floors and with an integral two car garage costs £1.375.000, but the price is low taking into account its location: between St James Gardens and Norland Square.

The property offers a great view and plenty of natural light from the wonderfully bright top floor living room.  A wooden ceiling and side paneling give the room a warm, natural ambience, perfect if you want to work at your desk or to read one of those books from the shelves, where there are also some framed photos. The first floor houses the master bedroom which has also white walls and big windows. The only decoration that designers preferred to put in this room is that big picture with blue tones, which gives color to the entire room.

Also on this level, there is the kitchen, with wooden walls and glass ceiling that allows us to see a beautiful, natural landscape. The drawers made from the same wooden material like the walls create an optical illusion, so we don’t remark the storages, but only the interesting decorations from the shelves. This kind of house makes you feel like home every time you come back from work or from a long trip.{found on domusnova}.

Published by in Apartments, on February 21st, 2012


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