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An Edwardian terraced house in north London. There’s a utility/playroom and WC on the lower-ground floor, and a kitchen-diner, living room and sitting room on the ground floor. The first floor has a master suite, 2 further bedrooms and a bathroom, while the top floor houses a studio, study and shower room.
The pink was an unconscious choice - once it was finishd the owners realised it matched their antique linens. The owners have used brilliant tricks to visually widen their narrow house, including removing the doors to the sitting room and installing full-height mirrors in the alcoves, smoked for a muted reflection.
The kitchen has a minimal, clean look. The fitted units are made from spray-painted MDF - designed to take up as little space as possible. The splashback is simply wood, spray-painted to a glossy finish.
This creative studio space is kept contemporary and simple with modern furniture and neutral colours. The skylight provides neccesary lighting in this small space.
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