I never really used to pay so much attention to the external details of London’s properties, but usually assumed the English architectural facade is much like her people – calm and stately with no frills or flamboyance. This time around, with the time and inclination to keep going through different side streets and quaint neighbourhoods, I was pleasantly surprised to realise that she had a little bit more frivolity than that. Here’s the doors, windows and facades that caught my eye..
I really enjoyed the different themes of homes, doors and windows of London. It’s unique, characterful and bears such a strong individualistic style, representing a specific time and period of the city. In terms of just which aesthetics I personally like, I am still fonder of the Gallic style which though a bit more repetitive has also a very feminine touch to it. If you’ve been following the doors and windows collection of Paris, the Riviera, Barcelona, Luang Prabang and Bali (Bali is obviously a different look, though Luang Prabang maintains a very strong French visual) under the Aesthetics category then do share your personal favourites.