Located just off of the King’s Road, Katharine Pooley’s London townhouse schools in the art of multitasking chic. Despite not having made any structural changes (yet!) in the two years she’s owned the property, the designer has made the most of the residence by combining spaces harmoniously to offer a home sufficient for the needs of a modern family. Her kitchen-cum-snug (which she admits sold the house to her for its “American feel”) is the more informal of these multifaceted spaces; the formal, a combined, elegant living room and dining room.
A serene grey palette is subtly accented with the bronze tones of Yin Xin artwork, contemporary casegoods and occasional furniture contrast traditional upholstery (her fauteuils are stunning!) and Easten-inspired accents, from Katharine’s own range, strike a balance between layered and composed.