This three-bedroom apartment overlooks London’s posh Cleveland Square and on occasion it can be rented out for periods of time through Domus Nova. Combining a bit of West London style with a touch of a New York loft vibe, this space is bound to get your creative juices flowing with its use of exuberant colors throughout.

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Colorful books and accessories pop off the white shelving that’s placed against the jade colored walls. The owners even arranged the books according to color giving the shelves a more dynamic look.

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The apartment’s open plan concept creates a light and airy space with high ceilings and large windows that offer views to the square below.

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An Eero Saarinen dining table is paired with wooden Wishbone Chairs by Hans J. Wegner.

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The rest of the space is full of mid-century pieces from Ercol.

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Sliding doors that lead to the kitchen are hand-painted with birds and white blossoms on a background of rich gold.

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The kitchen features understated white cabinets mixed with floor-to-ceiling green subway tiles creating quite the visual.

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In the master bedroom, simplicity continues but with one dominating factor – an oversized Stubbs reproduction of “Whistlejacket” from The National Gallery. That’s the stunning horse painting above the bed.

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All photos courtesy of Domus Nova.