There is a lot to like about this lovely Victorian home in Bristol, UK. The period features, the light filling the rooms, the flow of the open plan design, the simple aesthetics of the interior … it’s all beautiful. I love how owners Agatha and Robert Appleton have mixed old (vintage & antique) with the new (architectural design). This gorgeous home is actually for sale and you can find more information on The Modern House website. About the property: Ideally positioned on a quiet, tree-lined terrace in one of central Bristol’s most popular neighbourhoods, this beautifully proportioned apartment occupies the entire ground floor of a Victorian house, with a private, enclosed garden to the rear. An extensive renovation stripped back outdated layers to present a modern, open-plan living space which artfully pairs modern details such as Crittall doors and windows with the original architectural features; solid floorboards and a working open fireplace. The interior decoration follows a chic and pared-back approach with a clear Scandinavian influence. High ceilings, a neutral colour scheme and natural materials are celebrated throughout, with lime-bleached solid floorboards running underfoot.
Credits & source: The Modern House | found via SFgirlbyBay.