Vintage residence interior design in London

There are lots of beautiful residences in London. It would be impossible to even count them all. Still, we can at least try to once in a while take a sneak peak at some of them. Today we’re going to take a look at this beautiful London residence. It’s a spacious and very bright house and that’s mostly because of the large windows and the while walls.

It’s a very beautiful house and it has both lovely interior and exterior spaces. The property includes a beautiful and quite large garden in the back of the house that has beautiful green grass and several trees and decorative plants. As for the interior of this house, it’s a sort of vintage-modern combo. Most of the furniture has that antique or worn-out look that makes it so special. A very beautiful element is also the high ceiling from some of the rooms. This allowed the owners to include some beautiful chandeliers and to also use some lovely curtains on the windows.

The kitchen is large and it also includes a breakfast area that also be considered a dining area. The kitchen also has a glass door that opens to the courtyard. This means you’ll be able to enjoy your breakfast while feeling the fresh air from outside or while admiring the nature. This is a two-storey residence and the levels are connected by a white staircase. Overall, this seems like a very inviting home.{foud on 1stoption}

Published by in Interiors, on December 8th, 2011


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