Project

Queensdale Road

This Holland Park property is truly unique, appearing as a traditional Georgian terrace house from the outside, but with an abnormally large garden to the rear, creating a rare oasis in the heart of West London. The brief was to maximise the interior space and merge it seamlessly to the garden, whilst creating a timeless, elegant, luxurious and masculine interior. Planning permission was gained for a large basement storey under the house and most of the garden. This accommodates extra guest bedroom suites, a further large living room, gym, utility and bespoke wine store. The ground floor houses a large open plan kitchen / dining room and a study. The two floors above contain a more formal reception on the first floor with floor to ceiling sash windows and an additional guest bedroom suite, then the master suite is at the top of the house. The ceilings of the top floor are vaulted, utilising the sloped butterfly roof. Every room has exacting joinery designed and crafted in tactile materials set within rooms of rich colour schemes and complementing textiles. The formal reception scheme exudes dynamic blue & green hues, creating a cosy and decadent hideaway. This colour scheme then inspires the journey downstairs, the stairwell painted in a vibrant blue green above a stylish striped wool runner. The kitchen was designed in European oak with raw concrete quartz worktops, warmed with antique brass taps. Crittall glazing was chosen for the light-wells and rear kitchen glazing, to give that mid-century modern feel whilst maximising light to the lower floors. The end result is a contemporary, timeless family home, with effortless flowing spaces and an original palette throughout.

This Holland Park property is truly unique, appearing as a traditional Georgian terrace house from the outside, but with an abnormally large garden to the rear, creating a rare oasis in the heart of West London. The brief was to maximise the interior space and merge it seamlessly to the garden, whilst creating a timeless, elegant, luxurious and masculine interior. Planning permission was gained for a large basement storey under the house and most of the garden. This accommodates extra guest bedroom suites, a further large living room, gym, utility and bespoke wine store. The ground floor houses a large open plan kitchen / dining room and a study. The two floors above contain a more formal reception on the first floor with floor to ceiling sash windows and an additional guest bedroom suite, then the master suite is at the top of the house. The ceilings of the top floor are vaulted, utilising the sloped butterfly roof.

This Holland Park property is truly unique, appearing as a traditional Georgian terrace house from the outside, but with an abnormally large garden to the rear, creating a rare oasis in the heart of West London. The brief was to maximise the interior space and merge it seamlessly to the garden, whilst creating a timeless, elegant, luxurious and masculine interior. Planning permission was gained for a large basement storey under the house and most of the garden. This accommodates extra guest bedroom suites, a further large living room, gym, utility and bespoke wine store.

Location & Size

HOLLAND PARK / 2,700 SQ.FT

Property Type

Georgian, x3 storeys

Completed

July 2017
Project Queensdale Road 1/17

artfully composed
deluxe Interiors