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Sue went for a quirky mix of styles in her dining area. She found the artwork in Amsterdam and the feather lampshade in Paris. Her window seat is great for curling up and watching the world go by. The large white rug is in fact two smaller ones that Sue sewed together.
As her bathroom is rather small, Sue went for a minimalist look and chose floating fittings, like the sink, which saved on space, while metro-style tiles help to make it feel more spacious. She fitted castors to the timber greengrocer's crate so she could tuck it away under the sink. It's perfect for bathroom storage.
Wall hung basin
Sue loves the unusual shape of her one-bedroom Victorian flat in Brighton which she renovated on a tight budget with retro decorative fabrics, recycled furniture and vintage finds.
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