A five-storey Victorian terrace in west London. On the ground floor are the kitchen and dining room, with a TV room, study and utility room located in the basement. There is a double-aspect living room on the first floor, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room spread over the second and third floors. Here in the living room, the seats are arranged in a loosely shaped circle to help people chat more comfortably. A factory-style floor lamp provides an industrial influence in this cool and contemporary scheme.
The owners used a bespoke mirrored door to create a divide between the kitchen at the front of the house and this dining space. It's narrow, but looks wider because of the two mirrored panels. Black and white works wonderfully well, but only if you have a splash of another colour. Here, mustard is definitely in tune with monochrome.