Back in September last year I wrote a post on my previous blog, The Property Files, about an apartment for sale at Langham House Close on Ham Common in London, and I must admit this was the first time that I’d come across this development. The apartment, since sold, was being marketed by The Modern House, so you can understand why this second apartment in the same development caught my eye. This interior feels like the perfect complement to the building: contemporary and clean-lined, but with those touches that suggest a sensitive appreciation of midcentury design.
For all the times that I come across a great looking house, I must admit, as a city dweller, I’m always interested when I see a cleverly designed flat. I live in a flat; most people I know do the same. It’s just part of city living.
Which brings me to this apartment on Ham Common in London. As regular readers will be aware, I have a soft spot for internal brickwork. Give me a property with exposed brick walls, be it a loft or a mews, and I’m sold. So my interest was piqued from that very first image above. Throw in the mid-century classics and, well, this is my kind of interior.