Glorious revolution Before wealthy business-types and the Rolling Stones, Charles II ruled the King’s Road. But you won’t require your doublet and breeches in this home. Just around the corner, Sloane Avenue Studio II is slick and glossy.
A fresh perspective This Chelsea home is refreshing. On a pastel-painted terrace street a short walk from the Kingâ€™s Road, Smith Terrace is where the hosts get creative. Inside, the sitting room is first on the left.
Layer cake Four colourful floors make up Spencer Road, on a street once featured in the Great Exhibition. The front door leads to a staircase on the left, which climbs to the sitting room, straight ahead.
Simply put A first floor apartment in Ladbroke Grove, St Lawrence Terrace II is uncluttered and elegant. To the left of the front door is the sitting room, where a chesterfield sofa faces a shabby-chic ornamental fireplace.
A breath of fresh air Despite its location in the lively area of Bayswater, St. Michael’s Street feels pleasantly removed from the fray. Entering into a hallway, you’ll find the bedroom directly on the right.
Chilled out Between Hyde Park and buzzy Edgware Road, this home is mellower than you’d expect. The front door leads into a ground-floor hallway, where the kitchen (which has a table for two) is straight ahead.
Pretty peaceful With its soft colour palette and graceful furnishings, St Maur Road II feels dreamy. Inside, you’ll come first to the sitting room, where a cream sofa and two button-back armchairs face the ornamental fireplace.
Historical present Sydney Street V puts a twist on tradition. A small porch leads into the sitting room, where framed paintings hang on vanilla walls, and period furniture sits on a modern seagrass carpet.
Setting a trend Like the many nearby boutiques, The Baynards has a profound sense of style. To the left of the entrance hallway is the master bedroom, which has chocolate wooden floorboards and a vintage crimson rug.
Let there be light Behind Uxbridge Street’s amiable exterior is a cool palette of pale greys and whites. Upon entering the front door (on a quiet lane in Notting Hill), you’ll find a sitting room that’s charming and contemporary.
Fashion industry Zesty colours, up-to-the-minute furnishings and concrete ceiling beams – Warner Street feels thoroughly cool. Entering straight into the open-plan living area, you’ll come first to the industrially-inspired kitchen.
Bright idea It might be near the bustle of Knightsbridge’s shops and South Kensington’s museums, but Walton Street VII moves at a different kind of pace. Entering on the third floor, you’ll find the master bedroom to your left.
Noble nature Warwick Gardens III starts in a small courtyard. To the left of the front door you’ll find the sitting room, which has a corner sofa at each end. It’s a smart space, with a collection of eye-catching ornaments.
Sage advice Despite its location in one of the liveliest parts of town, in this home, tranquillity is the order of the day. Up a staircase lined with stained-glass windows, you’ll come to the sitting room.
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