A three-storey converted dairy in west London. On the ground floor are 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, laundry, TV room and study. There is an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area on the first floor, and a master bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and bathroom on the top, mezzanine floor.
1/8 Living room
Graham & Green
The first-floor is an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, unified by pale sanded and limed floorboards. There is plenty of storage behind the plain white cupboard doors under the worktop, and there is even an extractor fan that retracts into the workbench.
3/8 Kitchen area
The kitchen is designed to look more like a living room than a typical kitchen. Here, light can flow through, so the island becomes a great place to sit and eat, chat or do homework, while for parties it makes the perfect bar.
Lots of hidden storage and a neutral backdrop of white and grey makes for a clean and fresh space.
5/8 Dining room
Artwork and bright bursts of colour lift this neutral dining room. Wood and white is a timeless combination.
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Pop-art set against a white backdrop really allows the artwork to stand out, while limestone flooring is clean and contemporary.
A full-height plate was installed to lend sound insulation and security, and for added privacy, a retractable curtain on an electric mechanism was added. The modern, all-white scheme is broken up by wooden beams.
The neutral colour palette in the master bedroom creates a peaceful and tranquil retreat.
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