See How Gorgeous Green Cabinets and Stunning Marble Transform This London Home

published Feb 26, 2024

See How Gorgeous Green Cabinets and Stunning Marble Transform This London Home

published Feb 26, 2024
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“When we first stepped foot into this house, we had already unknowingly fallen in love with the neighborhood — handsome streets leading to acres of parkland, a London-esque pub and a charming florist nearby,” begins Natasha, who (along with her partner, Andrew) has owned this 1400-square-foot South West London house for three years.

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“The house was a blank canvas, bursting with unrealized potential and we relished the opportunity to put our mark firmly on it,” Natasha writes. “The sweet outdoor space — which was carpeted with AstroTurf, not a living organism in sight — tugged at my inner aspiring gardener heartstrings, which had missed a garden, as I grew up with one.”

“Being steadfast foodies, we grimaced slightly as we realized we’d have to endure a small galley kitchen for a while, which was crying out for a renovation. I made it my mission to ensure we made this house ours as we nervously went into sealed bids. The stars must have been aligned, as we received news in disbelief that fateful day — the house was ours!”

“We renovated the ground floor of our home, creating an open-plan kitchen, dining, and living room,” Natasha explains. “This is our first house, so we really had fun selecting materials and client supply items. We instructed the building contractors in Autumn 2021 and started the renovation in January 2022. The extension was complete at the end of March/early April 2022.”



  • Living Room — Farrow and Ball “Green Smoke” walls, “New White” ceiling
  • Kitchen — Dulux “Brilliant White”
  • Reception Room — Zoffany “Serpentine” 
  • Primary/Loft Bedroom — Farrow and Ball “Hague Blue”
  • Primary Bathroom — Farrow and Ball “Green Smoke”
  • First-Floor Bathroom — Farrow and Ball “Charleston Gray”


  • Chandelier — Jonathan Adler
  • Globo Lamp — Jonathan Adler
  • Herringbone Flooring — 3Oak Flooring
  • Marble Coffee Table — West Elm
  • Sofa — Sofas and Stuff
  • Console — West Elm 
  • Scalloped Wall Mirror — Amber Lewis x Anthropologie
  • Sconces — Pooky Lighting
  • Switches — Dowsing and Reynolds


  • Dining Table — Swoon
  • Dining Chairs — Gubi
  • Wall Sconces — Soho Home
  • Banquette — OKA
  • Roof Light — Britelux


  • Marble — Calacatta Viola
  • Tap — deVOL
  • Oven and Microwave — Neff
  • Induction Hob — Neff
  • Wall Brackets — deVOL
  • Gold Striped Jug — Matilda Goad
  • Coffee Machine — John Lewis
  • Pull Handles — deVOL
  • Sink — Shaws of Darwen
  • Kettle — Alessi
  • Sliding Doors — Urban and Grey


  • Guest Bedroom Wallpaper — Thibaut
  • Wavy Lampshade — Munro and Kerr x A Considered Space
  • Bedside Tables — Antique
  • Main Bedroom Sconces — Jonathan Adler
  • Blinds — Bespoke


  • Primary Bathroom Mirror — John Lewis
  • Basket — H&M Home
  • Bathroom Wallpaper — John Derrian x Designers Guild “Rose Sepia”

Thanks, Natasha and Andrew!

This tour’s responses and photos were edited for length/size and clarity.