Bold Marble surfaces in an architect-designed home

In leafy North Kensington, this three-bedroom duplex enlivens with bespoke finishes, calming tones and natural light.

Bold Marble surfaces in an architect-designed home

Along tree-lined Oxford Gardens is an architect-designed home that echoes its peaceful postcode, spread across the upper two floors of a heritage townhouse. Thanks to the creative eye of BOMA Projects and Roberts Potz Architects, this three-bedroom apartment epitomises refined yet relaxed contemporary interior style.

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A wide arched entrance finished with a sliding pocket door reveals the open-plan kitchen, dining and living room. It’s calm and welcoming, with reams of natural light that pour through a trio of sash windows. There’s harmony between the pale Douglas Fir wide plank flooring and the Farrow & Ball Wimborne White walls, with spotlighting neatly engineered into the ceiling.

At one end, the bespoke Urban Myth kitchen is bold with its marble surfaces, Pascoe Studios handles and Lacanche range oven.Complementing this statement piece is the use of Farrow & Ball's timeless School House White paint for the Shaker-style kitchen cabinets, adding a touch of elegance and timelessness to the space.

Picture Credit: Domus Nova