Someone Converted This Old London Church Into A Luxurious Home.
Certain aspects of the former church have remained unchanged by Camilotti.
The most notable features are the original vaulted doors and window, as well as the exposed curved oak beams that cross through areas like this restroom.
Who wouldn't want to host a dinner party or even an intimate candlelit dinner with a small group of friends?
Camilotti's open plan design is superb with the vast living room, spacious dining area, and kitchen on the first floor. And if you have to go to the bathroom, you can always use the ensuite bathroom in the master bedroom or take a nap on one of the two bedrooms on the second floor.
The vaulted ceilings are a tribute to the history of this iconic place of worship turned mansion.
You might wind up sitting on the long L-shaped sofa in the vast living room while you watch some television, look out the arched 19th century windows, or just stare at the 9-meter high ceiling above your head.
Camilotti, who was raised in Italy, brought functionality as well as aesthetics to this building.
Her personal touch includes things like a self-playing digital piano, and a wide array of furnishings such as the large sofa in the lounge, the cushions and the dining table, all of which she designed herself. She also included underfloor heating through the interior of this fabulous home.
You'd be hard pressed to find a bathroom with a bathtub that's as luxurious as this anywhere else.
You may have even noticed that there's plenty of white canvas to just about everything, but there are hints of Camilotti's personal touch so that the place didn't wind up looking like it was just four walls, the floor and a high ceiling.
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