This stylish flat, part of a larger Victorian terrace in Putney, is the perfect example for an ultra-modern bachelor’s den.
The grey of the fireplace wall, when put against the otherwise white and beige walls and ceilings gives it focus, making it feel like its own room while still part of the larger main open area. The gas-powered electric fireplace and furry rug give it a warm and sophisticated, even somewhat mysterious, atmosphere.
Sitting opposite the dining section of the main area, the arrangement of modern sofas and lounge chair make for a comfortable and appealing corner, well suited to entertain all sorts of guests and occasions, as well as being a great place to unwind after a long business day.
The colour scheme of the main area gives it a comfortable, yet still modern and sophisticated feeling, enhanced by the abstract nature of the apartment’s prominent artwork. The large windows bring enough light in through their slit shutters to make the whole main area bright, while also providing privacy.
The open-plan nature of this ultra-modern flat makes it hard to draw a line between the dining and living rooms. Instead, everything is combined into a single main area which also serves as a reception from the house’s main stairway.
The open-plan nature of this ultra-modern flat makes it hard to draw a line between the dining and living rooms. Instead, everything is combined into a single main area which also serves as a reception from the house’s main stairway. The whole apartment is lit-up prominently by ceiling-mounted spotlights, which give it an incredibly clean and open look, enchanting the open-plan scheme.
The highly modern theme is evident here, in the dining part of the main area, with the black and white scheme of he table, flanked by the two identical end-tables and square-shade lamps, overlooked by another piece of modern art.
The enormous built-in wardrobe dominates the master bedroom, overlooking a comfortable king-sized bed. Lit up entirely with the use of ceiling spotlights, the bedroom appears incredibly uncluttered and minimalistic, though still welcoming.
Opposite the bed are the two massive windows, with their slit shutters, letting copious amounts of light. In the corner, we see a small cupboard and shelves arrangement, matched opposite the chimney stack (outside the picture).
While the kitchen is not as big as the trendy open-plan ones, it’s highly functional, not to mention highly modern. From the worktop’s 4-point induction hobs and extractor fan, the dual-stacked oven, offerring incredible versatility, to the integrated larder-style fridge on the opposite - everything is super sleek and highly functional, the best quality available.
The small breakfast table in the kitchen is overlooked by the only pendant light in the apartment, making it stand out from the rest of the place. Showered with light coming through the large glass door leading to the terrace, it’s the best place to enjoy your morning.