The Little Venice House By Andy Martin Architects Is Very Cheerful And Stylish

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In my previous post I’ve been offering a short description for a simplist and elegant apartment from Sweden and I decided to focus my attention on another apartment, but this time you’ll be seeing something extremely cheerful and sophisticated, very different from the previous one. I’m talking about an apartment in London, UK, which goes by the name of “Little Venice House” and has been transformed and enhanced by the team from Andy Martin Architects (AMA) for matching with the needs of a family of four.

The apartment stands on the ground floor of a grade I listed mansion and offers the family a cozy and modern environment that results in a cheerful contemporary lifestyle. The floor to ceiling windows allow the interior spaces to be bathed in natural light and offer the inhabitants some beautiful views over London’s garden squares. The bright living spaces are enhanced by the splashes of color that come from the wooden floors, stylish decorations, elegant furniture and from the couple’s art collection. Their two young boys must really enjoy living in such a cheerful environment, which is perfect for everyone who embraces youthful designs that abound in warm colors.



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