Lower East Dry Goods present here some interesting images on LONDON INTERIOR DESIGN, which I think are probably quite representative of a upper-middle/middle-market look for London terraced or semi-detached housing. Lots of neutrals, architecturally extended houses.
If you’re done drooling over these amazing shots, I’d love to tell you about this home. Owned and designed by Harriet Anstruther, this 1840’s London town house was transformed into the lovely pictures above from an extreme mess. She restored the original architecture and injected her art and fashion background creating a warm yet modern family home with an office and basement courtyard. From the amazing Harland Miller watercolor hanging over the fireplace to the eclectic hand doorknobs, this house is truly one of a kind.
For more of the home tour and an interview with the designer herself, check out the blog Flodeau