This five-storey townhouse in Notting Hill is an embodiment of restrained good taste and eclecticism, brought together by the amazing British designer Suzy Hoodless. It speaks modern, contemporary, and sophistication. Yet the graphics, geometrics patterns and bursts of stronger colours bring in the playful touch needed for a family home.
A bright entry way with a monochromatic scheme highlighted by a minty green french door.
Lime green artwork and dusty pink curtain, who would have thought they worked so well together! (Also, the size of this sitting room is totally relatable to the apartment-sized living room that most of us have. If you are re-decorating, this could serve as perfect inspiration for a tasteful space)
The kitchen and dining area opens out on to the garden terrace. A teak wood credenza adds warmth and layer to the neutral palette dining area.
A pleasant surprise – a giant diagonal black-and-white stripes appear out of nowhere in the muted kitchen that leads down to the media room and work den on the lower ground floor.
The geometric stripes that spiral along the staircase bring you down to the media room cum work den that has a more intimate feeling achieved by a darker colour scheme. Don’t you just love the blue velvet sofa and the Moooi “Patchwork” chandelier here?
An amazing open-plan master suite. Again, the element of geometric patterns is seen here in the tiles and rug selection. Nice brass details bring in just enough glam for the space.
Images via Suzy Hoodless