You'll find it on a traditional Chelsea street, but inside, Edith Grove VI is full of bold touches. A staircase leads up from the front door to the bathroom, and further up, overlooking the street, is the sitting room. Eastern sculpture and a Buddha sit on dark shelves, and just as eye-catching are the animal skull and scroll-legged coffee table opposite. Next to the open-plan kitchen, four can sit on the round dining table's purple chairs.
Further up are the bedrooms, both with double beds. Ceramics and sculpture decorate the second bedroom, on the right, which has light yellow walls and wooden furniture. Straight ahead, there's a period look to the master bedroom too. A chandelier hangs above the wood-framed double bed, and there's an exquisitely carved mirror in the ensuite.