Just in case you haven’t got the picture already; when we say ‘town house’ we mean a terrace house with classical features, possibly from the Victorian era. Continuing on from our recent post, there are may ways in which you can strip that building back, making it more stylish and more valuable too.
As we mentioned, if you’re hiding traditional oak, bring it out. You may also want to look online for Victorian furniture. Of course, you don’t necessarily have to take your home back to the mid 1800s. Elegant Victorian patterns on the walls or tiles in your bathroom can compliment a classical freestanding roll top bathtub. Then you may have a very modern washbasin and toilet, and there’s a way to bring out traditional qualities and combine them with modern touches.
Cast iron should have a place in every town house, and you may want to add a stove for a truly period style. If you own a townhouse, think about how and why it was created in the firs place, and use it as inspiration to make a truly classical home.