Georgian townhouses usually conjure up images of family heirloom rugs, gilded window frames, and lots of 18th and 19th century furniture upholstered in damask. But that isn’t the case with this gorgeous 3-sttory townhouse in London’s De Beauvoir Town. The lines are clean and contemporary, the furniture is modern and the art is bold and fun.
Another view of the living room reveals a fireplace with clean modern lines and a concrete frame, plus lots of fun toys for little children!
Don’t you just LOVE a yellow kitchen?
I am really in love with the brightness and modernity of this dining room, aren’t you? A marble-topped Saarinen Tulip Table is surrounded by Eames DCM chairs. And while a vintage chandelier adds a touch of sparkle, I’m thinking a Giogali Chandelier would look just as sparkly.
This bright, yet cozy, bedroom is a mix of vintage and modern pieces.
The doors of this wardrobe are painted with a high-gloss green lacquer, which, again, love. And look at that… an Eames RAR Rocker. These people have great taste!
I always love spaces like these because they take the best of midcentury modern and contemporary design, and make it livable with bright colors and clean lines. It’s not too retro, not too beige, not too aesthetically-boring.
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Photos by Tim Cook.