Chiswick Project


We were delighted to work on the renovation of this Grade II listed exceptional home located in the heart of beautiful Chiswick, west London. The stage at which Humphrey Munson comes into a project varies; sometimes it’s pre-planning, sometimes it’s post tender, but this project was pre-purchase! Around 3 years ago, our Creative Director, Louisa Eggleston, met with the clients in our St. Albans showroom to discuss two properties they were considering purchasing in London – they wanted advice on which would give the best living space.

There were various items on the wish list, not least an amazing wowy-zowy kitchen, space for entertaining and other features like a spiral wine cellar. The pros and cons of the two properties were reviewed by the design team at HM, and following this consultation, the clients purchased the preferred choice and we got to work looking at how to open up the space and re-locate the kitchen. The clients also appointed Cherie Lee Interiors to undertake the interior design of the project and Cherie’s team recently photographed the various spaces and kindly shared the images with us.

D E S I G N  D E T A I L S

Cabinetry design: Longford

Interior finish: Ledbury oak

Paint finish: Bowler Black

Hardware: Rudge handles and Pip knobs, brushed brass

Worktops: Marble

The spiral wine cellar is by Spiral Cellars in Wimbledon.

The Lacanche range cooker is flanked by countertop cupboards on both sides with an additional countertop cupboard in the corner that includes a tambour section finished in Ledbury oak.

The island is the main prep are and features a large sink with Barber Wilsons bridge tap in brushed brass and a Quooker patinated brass tap.

The Langham table by HM is finished in Ledbury oak in the banquette seating area.

The formal dining room at the project has a super cool vibe thanks to the interior design team at Cherie Lee Interiors. We love working with Cherie Lee and her brilliant team – they always create a unique design that suits their clients perfectly.

Images by Ray Main, kindly supplied by Cherie Lee Interiors. 

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