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Ladbroke Grove

It is generally a treat to have access to people’s homes, and this town house was a real pleasure – partly because of the design and partly because of the owners’ amazing taste.

Town houses can often be dark, as they are generally much taller than wide and their extensions can be quite deep. However, natural light and attention to detail were the two things that struck Siobhán when she first entered this home in the heart of West London’s Notting Hill.

Ladbroke Road, Entrance hallway with gold leaf mirror
Ladbroke Road, Reception room with view to outside through bay window
Ladbrooke, reception room detail showing furniture, artwork, fireplace and view through bat window.
Ladbroke Road, reception room with furniture and window view to kitchen
Ladbrooke, Dinning room view / detail with furniture and lighting
Ladbroke Road, dinning table view
Ladbroke Road, kitchen view towards dinning space
Ladbroke Road, basement tv / cinema room with timber and glass stair with artwork
Ladbroke Road, timber and glass stair detail
Ladbroke Road
Ladbroke Road
Ladbroke Road

Playful and curious details were to be found on every floor – from the unexpected, oversized sash window to the rear of the kitchen overlooking a ‘vertical garden’, to the compact home office hidden discreetly behind a wall panel in the basement, and smaller details such as the ballerina lampshades and butterfly doorknobs.

Wonderful craftsmanship throughout by the P&R Building Company Ltd

Architect: Lab Architects Ltd