Between Chelsea’s chic King’s Road and the grand museums of Kensington runs a network of grand squares and winding back streets. And it’s down one of these cobbled lanes that you’ll find Ensor Mews, a traditional mews house, shyly resplendent in the most delicate cobalt blue. Inside, the rooms are petite perfection, with a definite Shaker feel in the pale walls, exposed beams and wooden floors.
And there’s also something distinctly bovine going on, with cows of all shapes and sizes gazing benignly down from the walls. In fact, this house is – and there’s really no other way to say this, completely and udderly brilliant!Read the full story »