Enchanting Home in London with an Angelic Interior Design
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Enchanting Home in London with an Angelic Interior Design

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This beautiful home with wide open spaces on Portland Road in London`s Notting Hill was created by Michaelis Boyd Associates. It is part of a set of three eco-friendly constructions, each with elegant interiors, private  decked roof terraces and modernist furniture. Each house is insulated to prevent heat loss and there are a few other features that insure comfort and a pleasant ambient: “super insulated walls are filled with shredded newspaper, heating and hot water is provided by 12 geothermal bore holes 65m deep, photovoltaic cells generate electricity to power the heat pumps, car charging points and grey water recycling systems. A milestone in sustainable contemporary living.” This particular residence has a gallant white based interior designed, accentuated by honey-coloured hardwood floors. Neutral coloured carpets can be found in every room.

An open plan kitchen and a reception room welcome guests and family members once they walk through the door. Comfortable white sofas and beautiful white chairs make up the living space downstairs. Three bedrooms, all en suite, are located on the first floor of the home. The master bedroom, on the other hand, occupies almost half of the second floor, together with the master bathroom and a large, beautiful terrace allows expansive views of that corner of London. There is some good news for those who really want this incredible home: it`s for sale here for the price of £3, 250,000, that`s  $ 5,220,000.

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2 comments

  • Elena December 23, 2010 at 15:02 PM Login to Reply →

    White walls of 90s ?? Not much thought of how to deal with small windows on the first level. Play with mirrors, patterns… Other than that it’s obviously a nice design

  • Petia December 25, 2010 at 16:59 PM Login to Reply →

    KLASS