Sigmar
5 Reviews

1960s Modernist House in London

A narrow, but tall, house in Holland Park has been cleverly converted into a haven of hidden storage and hand-picked vintage items.
Country: United Kingdom
Clarendon Road
18,724 Saves | 12 Questions
In the kitchen the wall is utilised to store bottles of wine in a vintage wine rack. A new glass extension to the rear lets in light. The wall has been left in its raw brick state and has been painted with a magnetic paint.
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Clarendon Road
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A built in bench is a good option for a narrow kitchen as it saves space for chairs needing to be pulled out.
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Clarendon Road
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The kitchen has a stone resin floor, a good option to concrete flooring, as it is more durable and requires less maintenance. As the building is long and narrow the kitchen is contained to one side, and is packed with wall storage.
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Clarendon Road
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This entrance displays the owner's collection of outwear, rather than hide it away each piece of furniture has been selected because of its beauty to create a beautiful and welcoming display. All furniture is vintage and the wall lights and Michael Anastassiades ball lights.
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Clarendon Road
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The walls has been wallpapered to create an interesting room which complements the rest of the house, the wallpaper is picked up on in built in bookshelves around the house. Wallpapering half of the wall in a bathroom is a clever trick to save money on expensive tiles, and provides you with an easy way so update your bathroom by simply painting over it. The wallpaper is Medite...More
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Clarendon Road
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This bookcase was cleverly built into a staircase to utilise otherwise wasted space, and also to create a display for some of the owner's many books. The interior of the bookshelf is wall-papered in Mediterranean Wallpaper from Cole and Son.
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Clarendon Road
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The chair and light are both vintage. The paint colour is Mink from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar.
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Clarendon Road
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In the living room the TV has been sunk in to a faux chimney breast to detract attention. The horisontal slats also help to divert the eye away from the TV. The mantel piece was designed by Sigmar. The paint colour is Mink from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar.
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Clarendon Road
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This bedroom had a window seat with a shallow bookshelf built in to utilise all space efficiently. There is also hidden additional storage inside the bed itself.
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Clarendon Road
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This bedroom has several clever solutions, with built in wardrobes, it opens onto the bathroom with a glazed shower. The sisal is from Tim Page Carpets.
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Clarendon Road
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In the bedroom this vintage cabinet was built into the wall to save on floor space and to display an array of beautiful shoes.
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Clarendon Road
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Behind the bathroom door the wall is utilised to display the owner's collection of necklaces.
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Clarendon Road
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An occasional guest bedroom which is easily transformed into a study by folding up the bed and closing the doors.
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