Midnight is a bright and spacious Edwardian family home, set in the leafy village of Moseley, Birmingham.
A large entrance hallway welcomes clients into the largely-white space, first leading into the open-plan kitchen/ living/ dining area. This gorgeous space features an orangery lantern roof and glass doors looking out onto the stone-tiled floors and white walls. Furnishings and upholsteries come in pale, neutral colours, keeping in-theme with the rest of the house.
A fantastic natural wooden dining table sits in the centre of the room, adjacent to the wonderful kitchen area; the kitchen is beautifully bright, featuring a prominent marble kitchen island, cream storage units and white-paned windows.
The ground floor also houses two reception rooms. The first has a mix of light and dark furnishings over a neat, wooden parquet floor. Here, clients will find an original fireplace, finished with smooth, modern features, tucked between two tall bookshelves filled with family trinkets and knick-knacks.
The second reception room is generous in size, featuring vintage furniture, more full bookshelves and another incredible period fireplace. This room also acts as a children’s play area, depending on how clients prefer to utilise the space for shoots. The hybrid living and playing area makes it perfect for lifestyle shoots and allows a place for children to be entertained while carers can relax.
Midnight’s interior is predominantly Scandinavian in style. Upstairs, this is strongly communicated across the impressive bedrooms and bathrooms. One of the bedrooms is bright and airy, aided by skylights and more white interiors. Decor is minimal but homely - art is placed tidily on its walls, along with green plants dotted thoughtfully around.
A fantastic feature of this bedroom is an elevated platform, holding a lovely dressing area in good light.
The master ensuite showcases wooden and rattan storage, a double-basin vanity unit, a huge mirror, grey tiled floors and a sleek wet room shower, brought to life with plants and plenty of natural light.
Here, a stone cooker can be found, along with a secret side-nook with some more cosy seating. A pebbled landscape can be found at the bottom of the garden, lead-to by stone steps.
This location offers a mix of Edwardian period features, including its original fireplaces, picture rails, cornicing and bannisters. Without compromising these features, Midnight has adopted a contemporary style and a neutral colour palette, making it a fantastic hybrid for shoots. Get in touch today to make an enquiry for this brilliant Birmingham location.