This London townhouse has a serene Japandi interior

Fika Estella

East meets west in this magnificent Japandi style, five storey Notting Hill townhouse, which has been transformed into one of the world’s best homes thanks to a cleverly remodeled open plan layout by architect and interior design company De Rosee Sa (opens in new tab)

Built in the Victorian era, the terraced house originally had an impractical layout and was a rabbit warren of small sized rooms. A modern London townhouse vibe has brought it into the 21st century, and integral to this are the new large entertaining spaces where the owners can gather with family and friends. 

https://www.homesandgardens.com/house-design/worlds-best-homes/london-townhouse-remodel-japandi-interior

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