Beautiful house in London... When I first saw these pictures I thought oh my goodness, this is very almost how I envisage my eventual London house to be. This architects home is a fine example of my favourite Dinesen floors in a quintessential English period property. The furniture is beautiful and the detailing is just right. Perfect.
Countertops: Stainless steel, quartz, Corian and laminates are four good choices that don't have grout to scrub and never require sealing. Choose durable surfaces: Glossy quartz-surfacing countertops mimic the look of natural stone but are much easier to maintain. A simple edge profile will also help to reduce costs. Granite is an all-time favorite for its ease of care even if it does need occasional sealing.
Own a piece of history. This magnificent Queen Anne Victorian home was built in 1901 by Peter Meyer. He and his wife Catherine raised a family of 12 children there. Keeping with the original design and charm of this home, the home has been renovated and updated. The original woodwork, most hardwood floors and Victorian details are still there. Some of the updates include granite counter tops, 6 burner reproduction stove and stainless steel refrigerator. There is a butler's pantry for extra…
Amazing kitchen features a pair of Robert Abbey Jonathan Adler Rio Pendants in Antique Brass illuminating a large kitchen island fitted with cabinets and topped with white marble framing a stainless steel prep sink and two gooseneck faucets and Crate & Barrel Adra Vase and Rati Vase lined with clear counter stools, CB2 Vapor Counter Stools.