High society Hans Place has an air of distinction. Black cabinets stand out against cream barstools in the kitchen, to the left of the entrance hallway, which also has a glass-topped dining table for four.
Sink in Halsey Street II is a handsome townhouse, spread across five floors. To the right of the entrance hallway, the dining room sets the tone with abstract artwork and contemporary, textured wallpaper.
Go bold This Bloomsbury apartment has a striking sense of style. Entering on the lower-ground floor, you’ll come first to the open-plan living area. In one corner here is the kitchen, which has a steel-and-marble breakfast bar.
Calmer waters A short walk from the boating lake in Battersea Park, Lurline Gardens II is traditional and peaceful. Head downstairs to reach the front door, and you’ll find the sitting room on the left.
Decidedly different This family home in Hackney contains oddities and curiosities. There’s a Chesterfield sofa at one end of the sitting room – to the right of the entrance – and a white Eames chair at the other.
Cool Britannia Up a cobbled South Kensington lane, there’s a laidback feel to this double-fronted mews house. Entering into the kitchen, you’ll see a vintage clock hanging beside a large mint-framed mirror.
In the pink Old Church Street III has understated furnishings, made lively with vibrant magenta touches. The bedroom, straight ahead of the front door, has neutral white walls and a contemporary wooden floor.
Play time Melody Road II is a four-storey family home in Wandsworth. As you enter, turn right for the living room, which has a wide bay window, plush daisy-patterned furniture and a smart ornamental fireplace flanked by bookshelves.
Cherry notes On the top floor of a grand London townhouse you’ll find Onslow Gardens Studio X: a compact studio, packed with character. Like all studios the main living space is sitting room, dining room, and bedroom combined.
Top of the line Portobello Road’s famous antique market might be round the corner, but Raddington Road is decidedly contemporary. Entering into the hallway, you’ll find the open-plan living area to your right.
Timeless style On a cobbled lane next to the V&A Museum, you couldn’t wish for a more traditional setting. Entering into the sitting room, you’ll find a historic bow window at one end, and a contemporary dining table at the other.
Hitting the spot Modern art, Persian carpets and a pair of Delftware vases – Redcliffe Gardens VI is richly patterned. To the right of the entrance hallway is the second bedroom, where twin bedside lamps flank an eye-catching brown canvas.
Expect the unexpected In a departure from Maida Vale’s tranquil atmosphere, Randolph Gardens is where things get vibrant. You enter on the raised ground floor, into a hallway that leads first to the sitting room.
See and do A stone’s throw from the panoply of Portobello Road, this first-floor home is intriguing on both sides of the front door. Step through it and you’ll find the sitting room – which has a front-facing bay window – to your left.
Bold and bijou A studio apartment on the lower ground floor, this boutique-sized home has a keen sense of style. Step inside the redbrick mansion block and you’ll arrive at a communal hallway with panelled walls and a granite floor.
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