A Victorian terraced house in south London. The ground floor has an open-plan kitchen-diner and a separate living room. On the first floor, there’s a study/TV room/guest room, master bedroom with an en suite and a shower room. On the second floor, there’s a bedroom and bathroom, with another bedroom on the third floor.
Poppies sofa fabric
GP & J Baker
In keeping with the pub/bar theme, the kitchen wallpaper is a digital print of the tin tiles used on the ceilings of American bars. Classic white hi-gloss units combine with industrial touches, such as the row of reclaimed pendant lights.
The Brooklyn Tins wallpaper
Merci for NLXL
The first thing you notice when you enter this home is the abundance of light – thanks largely to the row of angled roof-lights that run the length of what was previously the side return. A major benefit of a side return extension is the valuable extra width gained for the kitchen. It also dramatically changes the feel of the room.
The attic, which is flooded with light from three windows and a balcony, had already been converted into a nanny flat. The map and bright yellow bunk bed add interest to this boy’s bedroom.