A love of mid-century modern and a lot of imagination helped transform this 1960s property into a stylish family home. Spread out over 5 floors, the house features 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, as well as a studio and terrace area.
Originally the kitchen had a serving hatch between the two rooms, but the owners made it into one large living space. Open shelving adds a rustic element to the otherwise utility-chic space.
For a contemporary cooker hood and built-in cooker, try Neff. The Abstrakt units are by IKEA. Marks & Spencer stocks retro radios, and B&Q has a range of spotlights. Hardwoodfloorstore.co.uk sells iroko worktops.
The bedroom, orginially very girly, has evolved with accessories picked up from flea markets and junk shops.
The Erin wallpaper is from Laura Ashley. After Noah stocks wrought-iron beds like this. For an Art Deco-style dressing table try Deco World. The Tam Tam stool is from Habitat. John Lewis sells sheepskin rugs. Cath Kidston has a good range of floral bedlinen and blankets.