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What make this restored Regency house truly unique is the way the owner brought period features into the 21st century combining panelling with bold wallpaper; adding a wall of voile to screen the bedroom windows; and mixing modern lighting with salvaged chandeliers.
The 1970s Danish table in the dining room is bowed to by chunky designer-style chairs.
The dining table is from Selfridges and the Verner Panton chairs are from Liberty. The sideboard and wooden chair were junk-shop finds, and the owner bought the vintage ceiling lights on the internet. For something similar, check out Twentiethcenturyinteriors.com. For a cowskin rug, try John Lewis.
The fridge is by Samsung and the cooker is Gaggenau. The kitchen units are by Dada. For stainless-steel worktops, go to Cavendish Equipment. Find a tap to match this from the Daxima range at B&Q, and get Philippe Starcks Charles Ghost stool for Kartell at Geoffrey Drayton.
'I got away with using only two rolls of this Timorous Beasties wallpaper and no joins, by hanging it horizontally, says the owner. When he moved in this room only had cheap doors and and a single picture rail, so he added the panelling and changed the sash windows.
For a clean and clutter-free hallway, consider a clever storage display using wall hooks. Here, hooks have been fixed to the wall in a variety of shapes and colours, transforming it into a statement feature.