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Property A four-storey Victorian house in north London, with an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area, 3 bedrooms and 2 offices.
High-gloss kitchen units bounce light around the open-plan kitchen and living room, while pale floorboards tie the two areas together. The kitchen doesnt get any direct sunlight during the day, so the white units help to make it seem lighter. A stainless steel island unit provides a sociable space for food prep.
The living room is both spacious and cosy, filled to the rafters with personal treasures and trinkets. The owners had the bookcase specially made to fit the space, and it's ideal for storing their vast collection of books.
A fun and personal family feature is displayed above the fireplace. The owners and their kids collect eggs on their travels, which they blow and stick up with a glue gun.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is a huge open-plan space. A neutral palette is brightened up with artwork and pillows, while limed floorboards keep the scheme feeling light. The owners never shut the doors that partition their bedroom and bathroom, and at the weekend, its a space the whole family enjoys.
The bed is from IKEA.
A fuss-free combination of white units and a limestone surface creates a clean, light look in the bathroom. The fish lantern, made from willow and paper, was part of the procession at the Thames Water Festival.