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Property Two-storey flat in an Edwardian building in north London.
The Space Open-plan living and dining area, kitchen, bathroom, separate WC, large bedroom and dressing room.
Here in the hallway, the revamped mirror takes on a completely new mood in vibrant neon colours.
To create some inexpensive, unique art for his hallway landing, Jimmie covered a door found in a skip with an old bed sheet which he painted white before writing lyrics from a Swedish song across it.
A wall of black creates drama and depth in a small bathroom space and elevates a simple basin to designer proportions. The basin was just the cheapest one going, but with the extra-tall mirror and black backdrop, it looks really sleek.
Being brave with colour plays real dividends in the transformation stakes. It creates a stylish focal point-cum-modern dressing table, thanks to tall panel mirror.
Jimmie reupholstered this antique bed and painted the Union Jack design directly onto the fabric. He then added definition to the frame with silver leaf.