Eclectic London Apartment with an Exuberant Color Palette

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.


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.


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.


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



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



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


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


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.



All photos courtesy of Domus Nova.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.