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The owners rent out the top two floors of this 18th Century building in Central London and use the lower floors for their own living space.
A series of mini art displays have been created by hanging tiny photos and pictures clipped onto string with miniature pegs. To get the look, head to HobbyCraft for different types of string and pegs, and try hanging anything from old postcards and photos to travelling memorabilia.
The layout of the house features bedrooms on the ground floor, while the light-filled living room is on the first floor, along with the kitchen and dining areas.
In the kitchen functional custom-made units and stainless-steel surfaces, allow original details, such as the cornice and shuttered windows, to shine.
The biggest change made by the owners was the addition of a staircase to the back of the building, linking the three floors of the apartment and leaving the original staircase as access to the flats upstairs.
Rather than create a separate room, the owners 'dropped' the bathroom into a slot in the main bedroom preserving the curved Georgian wall.
The pod was designed by Works Architecture and made by DFA Projects. The sanitaryware is by Catalano from CP Hart. The tiles are by Ceramic Tile Distributors. The shower curtain is from Habitat. The light is by Jasper Conran.
Bold colour and modern design dominate this pretty home office area.