Soothing Victorian Townhouse

London-based interior design firm Daytrip Studio refurbished Powerscroft Road, a refurbished Victorian townhouse with subtle sophistication in Clapton, north-east London. The interiors are a combination of past and present. They are designed with a refined and calm sensibility that manages to combine the soothing grace of craftsmanship with the clean shine of modernity.

Daytrip Studio’s refurbishment respects the Victorian charm of the house and treats the original structure with discretion and simplicity. Existing floorboards have been carefully restored, openings between rooms have been widened and fitted with minimalist steel doors, while new light sources increase natural light transmission wherever possible.

The most radical part of the renovation was the excavation of the basement, creating a spacious, light-filled kitchen and living room on the lower level, seamlessly connected to the garden through floor-to-ceiling glazing and a polished concrete floor throughout. With a beautifully designed bespoke kitchen in Douglas fir and polished Evora marble, the subtle and minimalist lightness of the space is reflected in the design of the landscaped garden.

A palette of muted colors and soothing textures such as pale limewashed walls, cream powder-coated metalwork, polished concrete floors and natural wood finishes give both the old and new parts of the interior a sublime elegance, as well as classic calacatta marble and deep blue crackling lava stone Master or family bathroom. An eclectic selection of antique, medieval and contemporary furniture and a curated art collection of tactile beauty and minimalist grace make the space truly unique and add character.

Powerscroft Road: Daytrip Studio Renovated Victorian Townhouse.
Powerscroft Road: Daytrip Studio Renovated Victorian Townhouse.
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