A welcome change Natural colours, pretty prints and classic furnishings make this Chelsea home feel warm and inviting. Entering at street level, you’ll find the dining table to one side of the wood-floored hallway.
Natural order Starting from the hand-blown glass grape chandelier in the hallway, Cambridge Street V is both refreshing and intriguing. To the right is the olive-coloured kitchen, which leads back to the dining room.
Rather restful Crossing a shared hallway, you’ll reach this home’s front door, beyond which a staircase ascends to the first floor. Here, there’s a slate-tiled bathroom, a twin bedroom (which has a garden view) and the second bedroom.
Easy on the eye Creams, sky blues and hints of pink—Cadogan Lane has a soft palette. At the end of the entrance hallway is the open-plan kitchen, which has marble worktops and a pair of wooden barstools.
Green house Home to a landscape gardener, Cloncurry Street has been carefully shaped, inside and out. To the right of the entrance is the sitting room, with grey sofas, a lime-coloured armchair and a panelled ceiling.
Factory finish Once a warehouse, Cole Street is now stocked full of personality. Entering into the main living space, you’ll find a dining table for eight on the right, and a huddle of sofas straight ahead.
A city sanctuary Ceylon Road II is one of Kensington Olympia’s calmer corners. You enter into the sitting room, where two sofas sit beside the fireplace, and accomplished paintings line every white wall.
Around the world With red Afghan rugs, traditional African art and blue-and-white Chinese porcelain Centurion Building goes the distance to catch the eye. While the décor is collected from far-flung places, there's plenty near at hand.
Bright colours only If you like a lively life, then head for Kings Road. A Carnaby Street for grown ups, this is a street designed to delight – the swankiest boutiques, hippest bars and some dangerously scrummy restaurants jostle for space.
Pieces of the past Like the V&A Museum nearby, Donne Place is dotted with historical objects. A grandfather clock ticks in the sitting room (opposite the front door), where pieces of a stone frieze stand on white shelves.
Pastures new Part of a splendid South Kensington terrace, Cranley Gardens VI is charmingly traditional. The front door’s tucked away on the lower ground floor, and opens straight into the open-plan living area.
Grand tradition Backed by Greenwich Park, this Grade II listed home dates back to the 17th century. Entering into the hallway, you’ll find the dining room on the left, which has lime-green walls and a vintage table for eight.
Here and now In a historic and atmospheric part of London, this two bedroom apartment is right up to date. On the second floor, the main living area is open plan, spanning the entire width of the building.
Standing out With its white walls and floorboards, a neutral palette makes this Notting Hill home’s vibrant touches all the more eye-catching. Entering into the small hallway, you’ll find the sitting room to your right.
Fashion fabulous Home to an interior designer, Elm Park Mansions II is glamorous from the first glance. In the hallway you’ll find a collection of gold-framed mirrors, as well as a stool fashioned out of a tree stump.
Country manner Stepping into this second-floor apartment, you’ll first come to the open sitting room. This recently renovated area has tall sash windows, wooden floorboards and a number of landscape paintings.
Smartly done On a traditional South Kensington side street, Evelyn Gardens III’s front door leads to the open-plan kitchen, on the left, which has cream cabinets, wicker hampers and glossy black worktops.
All is calm There’s a lift or a staircase to take you up to the second floor, where you’ll find Egerton Gardens’ rooms. Turn left from the entrance for the kitchen, which has perching space for two by the tall breakfast table.
Time honoured Stucco-fronted and four floors tall, Elgin Crescent VIII is nothing if not traditional. The entrance hallway leads to the sitting room on the left, which has tall bay windows at either end.
Simply styled Three floors up, this Chelsea home has a cool, understated feel. Working clockwise, the entrance hallway leads to the bathroom – where peach-coloured tiles stand out against a dark slate floor – then the bedroom.
A breath of fresh air Egbert Street IV shares Primrose Hill’s carefree charm. Inside, you’ll come first to the open-plan living area, which has a smart turquoise-and-white kitchen area and a wooden dining table for six.
Modern family Egbert Street is an inviting family home in Primrose Hill. The entrance hallway leads to the sitting room on the left, which has dark wooden floorboards and a suite of traditional furniture.
Real character With its bright artworks and contemporary design, this five-floor home has a big personality. Entering at street level, you’ll find the dining room on the left, which has a polished table for four.
Fresh palette Drayton Gardens VII is both contemporary and colourful. The entrance hallway leads to the sitting room on the left, where grey walls are the backdrop for patterned fabrics and bright abstract artwork.
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