Belsize Park House by Roselind Wilson Design

Belsize Park House is a 2,138 sq ft duplex apartment situated in London, UK, completely redesigned in 2016 by Roselind Wilson Design.

Elegant kitchen with dark wood cabinetry, sleek countertops, and sophisticated lighting.
Modern kitchen with dark wood cabinets, marble countertops, and abstract artwork.
Elegant dining area with modern black lighting fixture, striped bay window seating.
A modern kitchen and dining area with a marble-topped table, striped bench, and framed artwork.
A modern bathroom with marble walls, a wooden vanity, and a frameless glass shower enclosure.
Sleek modern bathroom with minimalist marble and tile finishes, integrated shower.
A sleek, modern bathroom with a large vanity, double sinks, and a freestanding bathtub.
Rustic bathroom with dual bronze sinks, framed mirror, and neutral-toned textured wall panels.

About Belsize Park House

Roselind Wilson Design transformed a duplex apartment in Belsize Park, London into a striking contemporary home. Completed in 2016, this 2,138 square foot space blends modern style with classic architectural elements.

A Stunning Foundation

The apartment’s original features provided an impressive starting point. High ceilings, curved walls, and ornate cornicing create visual interest. Large windows flood the rooms with natural light, enhancing the airy feel.

Luxurious Materials and Textures

In the kitchen, dark cabinetry contrasts with light marble surfaces. A rounded island with seating adds functionality. Black pendant lights hang above, echoing the dark accents throughout.

The living area features a cozy seating nook by the bay window. Striped upholstery adds visual intrigue against the neutral walls. Artwork and shelving flank a sleek fireplace, balancing the room.

Moving to the bathroom, textured stone tiles create a spa-like atmosphere. A freestanding tub sits beside a large window, allowing for relaxation with a view. Brass fixtures add warmth to the cool color palette.

Another bathroom showcases marble walls and a glass-enclosed shower. Penny tiles on the floor provide contrast and texture. A floating vanity keeps the space feeling open and modern.

Throughout the home, Roselind Wilson Design used raw timbers, bronze, brass, and copper to add richness. The monochromatic color scheme ties the spaces together while allowing textures to shine. Ambient lighting creates a welcoming atmosphere in every room.

This Belsize Park project showcases how contemporary design can complement historic architecture. The result is a sophisticated yet comfortable home tailored to the client’s international influences and lifestyle.

Photography by Richard Waite

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- by Matt Watts