This stylish, Grade-II Chelsea townhouse has undergone a complete renovation and has a delightful south-west facing courtyard garden and a first-floor roof terrace. Cameron developed designs for both to create cosy, inviting outside rooms in which to relax, eat, entertain in, enveloped in lush vegetation and supplemented by comfortable furnishings and attractive features.
Accessed by the first floor staircase, Cameron has designed an inviting space with an outdoor kitchen and informal rustic banquette seating which complements the wooden trellising along the boundaries. Sleek troughs of overflowing planting along one side add another layer, along with an assortment of statement pots which add texture and draw your eye through the space. A mirror adds another dimension too.
A simple outdoor oasis enclosed by green trellising interlaced with evergreen climbers. A beautiful (retained) magnolia tree and an attractive mantelpiece dressed with beautiful multi-seized pots and a flickering fireplace make this a gorgeous spot for relaxing in – or enjoying from within. Garden furniture in muted colours further completes the scene which looks warm and welcoming from above too. By splitting the space with different flooring and a step – decking and limestone – it feels extended. Statement pots and a mirror above the fireplace add interest and atmosphere and with lanterns either side of the fireplace, the garden is magical by night.