The artwork isn’t the only thing that stands out in this exuberant Fulham home. Entering into the sitting room, a yellow feature wall complements a multi-coloured rug, and there’s a brass-and-glass pendant beyond a pair of Chesterfield sofas. Double doors lead to a balcony, straight ahead, and downstairs you’ll come to the kitchen, which has a lime-chaired dining table. You’ll find a pair of riveted armchairs in the second sitting room, and an array of paintings in the double-height dining room – both next door.
The paved garden – which has another dining table – is out through two sets of glass doors, and on the first floor is the master bedroom. Photography hangs on the wall above the double bed, and past the dressing room, there’s a copper bath in the ensuite. The balcony and bathroom are up again, and so are the third and second bedrooms (the former with a bunk bed, the latter with a double bed).