Opposite Stamford Bridge, proud home to Chelsea FC, is a happy home that'll have you cheering. Colourful and carefully curated, here you've much to marvel, from its primary pigments to its bold prints and exquisite antiques. And while the stadium's close, this part of town has far more to offer than just football. So head down to Chelsea Harbour to toast your good fortune, or stroll along to the King's Road, just two minutes from your door.
Your hostess works for Lotte Berk, while your host is in advertising. This apartment is their London pied-a-terre, and they spend much of their time in Hampshire with their two young children, a dog, chickens and a pair of lugubrious tortoises.
Though decidedly contemporary, you'll spot a few original features sash windows, the balcony's wrought iron and the sitting room's fireplace in among the Scandi styling and blocks of colour. The red and white kitchen is dominated by a striking beer advert, your host's first ever commission, the white subway tiles are grouted in scarlet, and the table is set with four Eames chairs.
The sitting room is all mustard, grey and blue, and the cloakroom's extraordinary wallpaper is remarkable in monochrome. And by contrast, the master bedroom is placid in mint, with a comfortable double bed and a chic chaise longue.