The London Look

Recently, I took a trip to London and as always was very inspired by the architecture and design throughout the city. My favorite aspect of it is how they brilliantly mix the old with the new. London’s rich history is preserved and melded with contemporary sensibilities.

You can see that truth well-represented in the following spaces in London homes. Besides their great sense of style, they all also make clever use of the space, as most homes in London are limited in square footage. If you love the London look, then you’re likely to fall in love with these 10 homes from England’s capital city.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comTraditional shapes and crown molding are complimented by a clean, modern white palette.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comStreamlined shapes and clean surfaces help make small spaces appear larger.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comVibrant blue walls highlight the incredible architecture and molding around this bay window.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comNeutrals look sophisticated, yet comfortable in this chic living room.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comThis bathroom effectively mixes glamour with a distinctly London vibe.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comDespite the small square footage, this living room isn’t short on style or comfort because of a well-planned layout.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comGorgeous windows and molding are the star of this bedroom, which feels upscale with crisp white linens and dark accents.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comBlack and white looks very chic in this traditional-meets-contemporary kitchen.

The London Look | HomeandEventStyling.comA banquette makes the most of this small space, providing ample seating and tons of style.

What do you love most about the London look? Are there any elements you would like to adopt in your own space?

Warm regards,
Megan

Images { 1 – Architectural Digest / 2 – House to Home / 3 – Yatzer / 4 – Domaine / 5 – Elle Decor / 6 – Architectural Digest / 7 – Wave Avenue / 8 – Architectural Digest / 9 – Trendland / 10 – Remodelista }

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