Pushing back the curtains to views of Kensington Gardens. Swapping stories with family and friends around the table. One of London’s landmark addresses. And a three-bedroom apartment to make you at home.
The name says it all. The Serpentine is inspired by its gallery neighbour and namesake lake, just a ten minute stroll across Hyde Park. An apartment filled with worldly artwork, grounded by earthy tones, organic textures and botanical motifs. The vision of interior designer Boxer & Brown.
Kensington Gardens looks especially leafy from the open-plan living space, perfect for cooking, dining and kicking back after a long day. That ‘ah’ moment as you sink into the sofa with a cup of tea. Open the French windows and you might see a parakeet.
The bright, streamlined kitchen makes light work of quick bites between exploring the city. A well-stocked coffee machine. A water filter and eco-friendly bottles. But also high-end appliances for home-cooked meals around the six-person dining table. Raise a toast before you slope off for a long soak with Molton Brown bubbles. Bedtime is especially inviting when the sheets have been turned down for you. Sleep well.