In Photos: London's Most Colourful Streets

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 21 months ago
In Photos: London's Most Colourful Streets
Kelly Street in Kentish Town. Photo: David Williams

If you thought London's residential streets were boring, think again. Tucked away down back street and side alleys are architectural rainbows; rows of houses each painted a different colour. Brighten up your day by scrolling through these snaps.

Kelly Street, Kentish Town

Kelly Street. Photo: Sam Codrington

Chalcot Crescent and Chalcot Square, Primrose Hill

Film lovers might recognise Chalcot Crescent — it was used to film 'Windsor Gardens', where the Brown family live in the Paddington film.

Chalcot Crescent. Photo: dakota_boo
Chalcot Square. Photo: Sarah C

Bywater Street, Chelsea

Bywater Street, Chelsea. Photo: Mike T

Denbigh Terrace, Notting Hill

Just off the equally colourful Portobello Road.

Photo: Stephanie Sadler

Conduit Mews, Paddington

Photo: David Maddison

Lancaster Road, Notting Hill

Photo: Stephanie Sadler

Portobello Road, Notting Hill

Photo: McPeluz
Photo: John Kumar

Falkland Road, Kentish Town

Photo: Stuart Sunley

Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill

Westbourne Park Road. Photo: Nick Walker

Chiswick Road, W4

Photo: John Willoughby

Bonny Street, Camden

Photo: Londonist

Neal's Yard

Strictly speaking, they're not houses, but Neal's Yard in Covent Garden is worth a mention.

Photo: Che-burashka

Know any we've missed? Let us know in the comments below.
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Last Updated 05 August 2016


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