A townhouse in north London, built in 1860. There’s a living room/library, an open-plan kitchen with dining area, a utility room and WC on the ground floor. The first floor has three bedrooms and a shower room, with the master suite plus dressing room on the second floor.
Dramatic grey walls add character and personality to the living area. It makes the artwork pop and turns watching television into a cinematic experience.
Farrow & Ball
House of Fraser
The New York-style tin ceiling tiles add glamour to the dining area and help to define the space. A favourite in bars and restaurants, where they enhance the acoustics, their decorative impact works well as a contrast to the crisp, white walls and wood.
A half-wall has been constructed to create a dressing room behind the bed. As the purple flock wallpaper makes such a statement, the rest of the room has been kept simple, with white walls and flooring.