An original stained-glass window provides the room with colour that changes throughout the day. Relaxed seating upholstered in crisp white linen sit elegantly next to a variety of wood finishes.
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Next to the stairs is a hinged floor-to-ceiling unit with intergrated shelves inside and in the door. When closed, it’s impossible to see what it is. Open, it acts as a room divider to hide the kitchen from the dining room.
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Originally four rooms, the owner knocked down walls and opened the ceiling to the attic, exposing a metal beam, which adds a raw element to the look. Because ceiling joists had been removed between the bedroom and bathroom, something was needed to give support to the walls, hence the partition wall with big glass panels.
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The central tap and shower have become a real feature in this bathroom. For privacy and to avoid a fussy look, the owner covered the windows in white perspex panels.
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