A renovation and restoration by DOS architects in the desirable neighborhood of Little Venice in West London.
Welcome to our gallery featuring the work of DOS Architects in this fantastic renovation and addition to a Listed home in West London’s coveted Little Venice neighborhood.
This residential project is part of a streak of projects DOS Architects has done on homes with sensitive architecture, and the solutions they came up with are brilliant.
The home’s small interior needed a fresh breath of air, so many of the inner walls were removed to create an airy, open-concept main-floor living area.
The owners were keen to preserve and restore the home’s beautiful original details, so much of the project’s focus was on the main floor, where many of the original architectural details had been removed by a previous owner.
The home’s smaller floor plan needed a bit more space to be truly comfortable, so DOS Architects expanded the home with a stainless steel and glass sunroom, the design of which is strikingly contrasted to the older home’s exterior.
The result is a light, cheery, open home design that is as welcoming and comfortable as it is beautiful.
We hope you’ll enjoy this bright, colorful, and spacious home in West London as much as we do!
The addition comes directly off of the kitchen, which has been remodeled into a contemporary, sleek, bright kitchen with carved wooden barstools at the eat-in kitchen island. The open shelving to the left of the vent hood and range is backlit.
A close up on the fantastic, beautiful wooden barstools, polished to a sheen and adding a natural flair to the very modern, contemporary kitchen.
The glass extension contains the sleek dining room set in dark and light wood with natural fiber seats. A large painting of a waterfall scene hangs on the back wall above a natural wood table in yet another shade.
The home has three living room areas. Pictured in the foreground is a library and seating area, with a beautiful fireplace and built-in bookcases. Through the wide archway rimmed by crown molding is another living room, a more formal room with additional seating and an expansive window that looks out on the front yard.
A third living room area, more casual in style with two bench seats for curling up and a ladder bookshelf on the back wall. French doors lead out to the backyard.
The master bedroom suite has a bold foliage wallpaper in taupe and gold, and cozy white bedding with turquoise accents.
Double doors with original glass doorknobs lead to the spacious walk-in closet and dressing room. The beautiful crystal chandelier lends an air of sophistication and elegance to the space’s functionality.
A close up in the bathroom of the antiqued nickel faucet and the contemporary wallpaper.
A child’s room with a built-in desk and the narrow, original fireplace intact. The light fixture is unique, made to look like a songbird cage.
A second child’s room with a yellow chevron rug and an elevated bed with a snuggle nook below. The wall behind the bed is an accent wall with a map of the world.
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