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London is home to an eclectic assortment of architectural delights. Its unique fusion of classic and contemporary elements serves as an inspiring backdrop for photographers. Today we showcase some new locations with tiled floors in London available for photo shoots.
Our exploration begins in the lively neighbourhood of SW11 at Ash London, a perfect blend of rustic charm and contemporary elegance. The tiled floors here are as captivating as the views from its rooftop terrace.
Venture to the vibrant surroundings of NW10, and you’ll discover Billie, a location that infuses traditional Victorian elements with a modern, industrial twist. Its beautiful tiled floors are a testament to a timeless design ethos.
In SM1, we introduce you to Blacklion, an architectural masterpiece where grandeur meets intricate detail. The expansive, beautifully tiled floors set a grand and intimate stage, making it a photographer’s dream.
Next on our list is Bowie in SE21, an embodiment of luxurious minimalism. Its sleek, polished tiles provide an aesthetically pleasing contrast to the rich textures and warm tones that adorn the rest of the location.
Heading towards the heart of Brixton, SW2, you’ll encounter a location that exudes a unique blend of classic charm and bohemian chic. The artfully designed tiled floors are the focal point, setting the stage for compelling visual narratives.
Our journey culminates at Cora in SE4, a testament to modern elegance and sophistication. The luxurious tiles add a layer of aesthetic depth that enhances the property’s overall allure, making it a compelling backdrop for photo shoots.
Location: London, SW11
Smart Victorian property in tree lined road. Newly renovated to an impeccably high standard, the house has high ceilings and large open bright living spaces. The decoration is predominantly shades of white with mirror, limestone and wood features.
A beautiful spiral staircase spans four floors, flooded with natural light from the large glass roof above. Open plan kitchen dining and living space spans with width of the house, cleverly designed using reflective surfaces to make the most of the natural light.
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Location: London, NW10
A beautifully bright, and minimally furnished terraced location property on a quiet residential street in Kensal Rise. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, and the second floor has a bedroom extension with great ceiling height and lots of glass.
Painted white throughout, the ground floor sitting room has a bay window, original fireplace and cornicing. A dark parquet floor runs through to the rear, where the room steps down to a polished concrete floor in the open plan kitchen and dining room. The kitchen cabinets are an interesting colour, and the countertops are quartz. Crittal doors open to the rear garden and a large skylight runs the entire length of the kitchen diner.
Location: London, SM1
The property is a unique detached Victorian house located in the Landseer Conservation area. It has many period features throughout, aspects of note would be the turret to front, the Victorian pub bar in the day room – a copy of the bar at the famous Black Lion pub in North West London, hence the house’s name. All three bathrooms are unique and designed using reclaimed pieces, roll top claw feet baths and traditional encaustic tiles.
The house occupies approx 2400sq feet, it has 6 bedrooms, used for various purposes, 3 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms plus large kitchen. There is also provision for further staging areas in the annex and sheds at the bottom of the garden.
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Location: London, SE21
An elegant semi-detached Edwardian family location home in West Dulwich, South East London. Extending to 2400 sq ft, built c.1905, the property has high ceilings, period features, parquet flooring and ‘old school’ cast iron radiators.
The original, front section of the house features a panelled hall with unusual central staircase and dramatic chandelier. Leading off the hall are a study and large double reception with open fireplaces, bay window and French doors leading to a tiled internal courtyard.
Location: London, SW2
A newly refurbished Victorian semi-detached house built in 1893. The location house occupies a corner plot. It spans over 4 floors and is approximately 3700 sqft or 344 sq m.
Open plan Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room and Library with black oak parquet flooring in Herringbone and central staircase in black with grey carpet runner and mahogany bannister. There is a small porch with original Victorian tiling separated to the house by 2.7 meter double doors.
Location: London, SE4
A beautiful renovated Victorian property is presented almost completely unfurnished.
A detached house with large rooms and high ceilings, retaining original fireplaces and cornicing. Other attractive features are oak parquet flooring and large bay windows. To the rear is an extension which houses a beautiful kitchen with central island, and sitting room with a contemporary fireplace. This room has a concrete floor. Crittal style doors to the rear and a large skylight above allows for a great deal of natural light.