Textile designer Orla Kiely’s renovated London Terrace House is now punctuated by its distinctive palette and motifs. The owner did not want to compromise the Victorian nature of the house. The ground floor originally consisted of two rooms; Now it has been turned into a cohesive room. To make up for a low ceiling, Kiely’s team dug into the floor to create a truly sunken seating area that leads to the garden. Kiely and the architect Maxim Laroussi designed the kitchen unit. A chessboard of closed cabinets and open shelves provides space on the opposite wall for Kiely’s collection of dishes, knick-knacks, cookbooks, and small appliances. Each room looks special not only because of the design and furniture, but also because of the owner’s textiles.