In leafy West London, it is easy to imagine that behind the rows of Victorian facades lie almost identical, upper-middle-class residences. But on a street near the glossy Hurlingham Club, with its lawn tennis courts and summer garden parties, is one of the most stylish dwellings in the capital.
The brainchild of K&H Design, which was founded by Katie Glaister and Henry Miller-Robinson, this acclaimed abode has won awards for its thoughtful design.
The long-time residence of a English family of five was entirely restructured when the parents decided their now-teenage children were outgrowing the previous layout. Glaister and Miller-Robinson were given an impressive budget and a two-year timeline to give the house a complete makeover, which included creating three en-suite bedrooms for the teenagers and a design overhaul.