Inside Stormzy’s chic modern home with a luxurious kitchen and an open-plan living room

When he’s not destroying it on stage, Stormzy—one of the country’s greatest music stars—chills out in his town house in London.

A beautiful contemporary house in the affluent area of Chelsea is home to the 29-year-old, who has just reconciled with Maya Jama.

After living together for a long time, Stormzy and Maya finally broke up in 2019.

Maya stated that the couple begins their day by “putting on music and dancing round the kitchen while making breakfast” and ends it on the sofa watching reality TV series like Love Island and Ex On The Beach, when they used to share peeks of their crib with fans.

Maya eventually moved out when they broke up, but they may be back together again after reigniting their romance this month.

This brand-new, two-story house has plenty of natural light streaming in via the many large windows and the enormous sliding patio doors that go out to the yard.

The modern white kitchen is ideal for entertaining guests for supper thanks to its spacious island and two ovens.

A minibar brimming with Champagne bottles awaits you—along with an unhung black-and-white artwork depicting him playing on stage.




. Maya Jama Instagram

There are two double sofas, a glass coffee table, and a massive flat-screen TV mounted on the wall in the open-concept living space that is off the kitchen.

In addition, he has a trophy case that displays his twenty-four medals, the most prominent of which are his two red British titles from 2018 and three MOBOS below.

White walls, white tile floors, gray couches, and beige patio door curtains make up the inside.

His family’s children may play football on the patio and garden area that is accessible through the wide sliding doors, which he uses to welcome people.

A summer house with a couch and a separate exercise space is just next to the patio.

The area is enclosed by a fence and framed by verdant trees for more seclusion.

The artist, who was also politically active, had a stellar GCSE record, earning six A*s, three As, and five Bs. On the third floor, you’ll find his workspace, complete with a massive bookshelf housing his extensive library of works.

During Maya’s time there, black and white framed prints of herself hung on the staircase, which leads to the bedrooms upstairs and is made of varnished wood with glass panels.