Build a Bridge House and don't get over it
Updated on: Oct. 30, 2019, 10:34 a.m.
I don't know what I love the most about Bridge House. I think it's the attention to detail with it's unique design, as if it has been crafted and executed with the end tenant in mind. When Delarney and I walked into the living room we were shocked. That wallpaper stops you in your path with its bold colour scheme and geometric print, I can honestly say I have never been in an apartment like this one.
Delarney is quietly confident, he tells me he has never been filmed, but I'm not so sure. With his previous experience in selling suits I am hoping the gift of the gab will come in handy on this walking tour.
We start with the kitchen, it is strikingly chic and modern. I love the big orange print on the wall and the current tenants have added some nice touches such as the jars of herbs neatly lined up on the shelf. You can imagine yourself living there if you were ever that organised with your kitchen spices. The kitchen comes with two tone lighting; one to turn the main lights on in the ceiling, the other for fancy lights built into the cupboards. But wait, there's more. There is a massive fridge/freezer that is full length and able to house all your delicious treats.
Moving on to the bedroom and it's doors galore. There is so much wardrobe space which has been elegantly designed with posh, laminate purple doors. Inside one there is even a hidden vanity unit. The bedroom also comes with an en-suite to match the other family bathroom just down the hall.
But coming back to that living room. It really is sensational. It has cheeky hidden storage built into the wall as well as some fine select pieces. For example the brightly colour chest of drawers near the back wall as well as the huge circular bookcase that is any art enthusiasts dream. The apartment is full of these designer pieces that have been specially selected to make your new home stand out from the average London apartment. The potted plants are dotted from room to room as well as the display of yoga books to make you feel guilty about not going to that Pilates class.
Delarney attacked his walking tour with the enthusiasm of someone trying to make a good impression on the company. Special credit for his determination on the last shot where there were a lot of lines to memorise and he would not stop till he got it right. Who knew proximity to Vauxhall station was so exhausting?