You would be forgiven for thinking this home is somewhere in France with its unmistakably French style, but it is actually situated in London..
I love the puddled curtains, the beautiful hanging lantern and the urns filled with dried hydrangeas
Mirrored panels have been placed on either side of the fireplace which make the room seem larger than it is.
The living room leads through the study area with its beautiful Swedish antique secretaire and then through to the kitchen, which was a later addition to the property.
The open plan kitchen dining area is filled with light and leads onto a gorgeous courtyard garden which you will see pictures of later.
The chandelier is the perfect antidote to the stark whiteness of the room.
The French settee is perfectly positioned to have a cup of tea or a glass of wine while chatting to the cook!
I love this table with its oversized chairs at either end.
The main bedroom is gorgeous and luxurious with its own fireplace and bay window. The half shutters are a good idea is privacy is required without blocking too much light.
I love the mirror above the mantle and the fabric lined cupboards on either side.
Many beautiful details.
This bedroom has a pretty French bed upholstered in a brown check.
The courtyard garden is beautifully manicured.
The built in seating is a clever use of space. Cute pug!
I hope you enjoyed this little tour and wishing you a happy week ahead. Sadly the school holidays have come to an end and it is back to the grindstone for all of us. Thank goodness for the escapism that blogging provides - my daily therapy!
Till next time
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