HAMPSTEAD APARTMENT No 1Contemporary Bedroom, London

We were commissioned to transform a large run-down flat occupying the ground floor and basement of a grand house in Hampstead into a spectacular contemporary apartment.

The property was originally built for a gentleman artist in the 1870s who installed various features including the gothic panelling and stained glass in the living room, acquired from a French church.

Since its conversion into a boarding house soon after the First World War, and then flats in the 1960s, hardly any remedial work had been undertaken and the property was in a parlous state.

Photography: Bruce Heming

Inspiration for a large contemporary master dark wood floor and brown floor bedroom remodel in London with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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