Hi guys! It’s been quite a long time. Hope everything works out for you:)!
For a quick update, I have moved to London recently (after 9 years of Parisian life), and I am in plenty of discovery of this amazing city.
Well, in order to discover a city, I always begin with the architecture. Like Paris has its Haussmannien( you can see my article about the Haussmannien flat here ), London has its Victorian and Georgian housing.
We live in Islington, a beautiful London borough surrounded by Georgian style houses. That’s why I’m going to talk about this style today, because it attracted me since my first day here and it’s continuing to impress me…
In Islington, most streets are decorated by Georgian houses, often with big trees and flowers in front of them, which makes them more mysterious and more cosy.
The most thing that I like in a Georgian house is its timber framed window. It reflects the history with a touch of industry feeling, it brings plenty of light into the house with its big size. The view trough these framed windows seems so different, trust me.
Like many other historical architecture, The Georgian Townhouse always has a fireplace, and it’s a little bit different from the ones in the Haussmannien flat in France.
I quite like the bathroom of a Georgian Townhouse, since they often have this big sach window too.
Finally, I’ll show you guys what my dream house would be:
Hidden behind the roses, far away from the crowd, though in the center of London….
Have a good night!