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A converted ground-floor factory workshop in north London with an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, a main bedroom with en suite, a dressing room/bedroom, a further bedroom, bathroom (opens in new tab), WC and inner courtyard. The living room (opens in new tab) is a mix of faded glitz and bygone glamour with its graphic patterned floor, bold-shaped furniture and beautiful gold detailing.
1/9 Living room
Les Couilles Du Chien (opens in new tab)
The Rug Company (opens in new tab)
2/9 Living area
The owner fell for the utilitarian look of these metal shelving (opens in new tab) units, which were salvaged from a former government patents' office.
3/9 Living room display
A side table in the living room has been used as a display space for chic photography. The glittery, pink-speckled concrete wall is perfectly suited to this glamour-meets-industrial chic home and is the ultimate rough-luxe wall (opens in new tab) finish.
Grace by Alexander James (opens in new tab)
The not-so-subtle glow of neon signs lights up the darker reccesses of the kitchen (opens in new tab). They add warmth and interest to a plain space and were commissioned from a fairground signmaker.
Poliform (opens in new tab)
Circus Antiques & Interiors (opens in new tab)
5/9 Dining room
The dining room (opens in new tab) evokes 1970s glamour. It's a style that's not too feminine, slightly geometric and completely timeless.
The basin (opens in new tab) is cleverly tucked into a cubby space. The mirrored wall cabinets are designed to keep clutter at bay.
Villeroy & Boch (opens in new tab)
7/9 Main bedroom
The antique bed brings a piece of theatre to this otherwise minimal bedroom (opens in new tab) scheme.
8/9 Dressing room
9/9 Garden room
The garden (opens in new tab) has been designed to capture the spontaneity of a summer holiday. Wooden decking (opens in new tab) is paired with a comfortable, contemporary sofa for a modern and minimalist look that is easy on the eye.
Palmeral from House of Hackney (opens in new tab)
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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