Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
I was initially drawn to the pink in this sitting room. And then when I delved deeper, I was so excited to discover an entire house with impeccable style. The London terrace features room after room of beautiful design. And crucially, it also feels wonderfully personal! 
The property combines beautiful late-Victorian architecture with contemporary interventions – and this blend of old and new is continued in the eclectic array of furniture. Think mix and match one-off pieces embodying different styles, eras and cultures as well as a blend of shapes, pattern and texture. 
Even so, the space emits a wonderful sense of calm thanks to the use of blank space between the elements, and the light that floods in through the windows and doors. 
Ready to feel inspired? 
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse

Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
There are so many things to love about this house – and the more I look through the pictures, the more I see! I particular love the bookshelves in the stairwell, the art and all the one-off pieces no doubt collected over time. 
I’m also dreaming about the pink – and wondering where it can go in my house. Maybe the landing or our bedroom. Not sure if Per will agree though. Can you imagine having a shade like this in your home? 
Is there anything that stood out to you about this house? 
See more of this fabulous property over at Inigo where it is currently for sale. 
Looking at homes in London makes me feel so nostalgic, and I can’t wait to head ‘home’ in late September to catch up with family and friends (and hang out at the pub!). 
Here are a few other houses I’ve featured from the capital in the past: 
Have a great Wednesday! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Inigo, with thanks.

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Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
I was initially drawn to the pink in this sitting room. And then when I delved deeper, I was so excited to discover an entire house with impeccable style. The London terrace features room after room of beautiful design. And crucially, it also feels wonderfully personal! 
The property combines beautiful late-Victorian architecture with contemporary interventions – and this blend of old and new is continued in the eclectic array of furniture. Think mix and match one-off pieces embodying different styles, eras and cultures as well as a blend of shapes, pattern and texture. 
Even so, the space emits a wonderful sense of calm thanks to the use of blank space between the elements, and the light that floods in through the windows and doors. 
Ready to feel inspired? 
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse

Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
Old Meets New in an Eclectic London Townhouse
There are so many things to love about this house – and the more I look through the pictures, the more I see! I particular love the bookshelves in the stairwell, the art and all the one-off pieces no doubt collected over time. 
I’m also dreaming about the pink – and wondering where it can go in my house. Maybe the landing or our bedroom. Not sure if Per will agree though. Can you imagine having a shade like this in your home? 
Is there anything that stood out to you about this house? 
See more of this fabulous property over at Inigo where it is currently for sale. 
Looking at homes in London makes me feel so nostalgic, and I can’t wait to head ‘home’ in late September to catch up with family and friends (and hang out at the pub!). 
Here are a few other houses I’ve featured from the capital in the past: 
Have a great Wednesday! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Inigo, with thanks.