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The ground floor of this detached Victorian house in south London has an open-plan kitchen-diner and two connecting living rooms. On the first floor are three bedrooms, a bathroom and a dressing room/office. The master bedroom with en-suite shower room is in the converted attic space.
A mixture of sleek soft furnishings and industrial pieces create a kitchen that is anything but ordinary. The shelf that runs along the length of the unit is made of one piece of 100-year-old tropical wood. The texture of the wood adds warmth to the space.
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The living room was designed around the distressed wood and vibrant colours of the console table. Quirky accessories and bold furniture lift the neutral scheme. Think distinctive colour, shape and texture when planning a personality-packed space.
This home office was designed around a love for travel - pins can be pushed into the wall map to show destinations visited. The space is bright and playful, with toys and various quirky accessories displayed along the shelves.
The neutral references are carried through to the en-suite shower room, with wood-effect tiles picking up on the trompe l'oeil wallpaper in the bedroom.