London-based architecture firm Groves Natcheva completely transformed a tired 20th-century Mews House in West London into a stylish and contemporary oasis.
The traditional structure was built on a compact lot that is both centrally located yet quiet enough to not hear city noise. The new modern space offers unique features throughout, with large bathrooms, a minimal color scheme, modern kitchen and a unique staircase that acts as a focal point for the home. The team added pops of design flare by incorporating luxurious stones and marble in every room, for easy cleaning as well as unique style.
The exterior brickwork, raw plaster walls and over-sized windows in the Mews House give off a loft-like aesthetic that ensures an interior that is bright and airy.
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