The open-plan kitchen-diner makes the most of space and original features. It uses an old fireplace as a wine cellar, plus it maximises spaces with a refectory-style table that opens up to seat 12 then folds away. Concealed cupboards behind the splashback is another clever trick.
The dining table and benches are made by Moss Bespoke Furniture, try Tim Moss for something similar
With a mirror ball, guitars, drum kit, microphones and amps, this room is perfect for parties and impromptu jamming sessions. Statement floral wallpaper, dark floorboards and snakeskin-print cinema chairs provide an eclectic backdrop.
The living room packs a visual punch with red and gold statement wallpaper, ruby ceiling, dark furniture and the Louise Bourgeois-influenced Dear Ingo chandelier designed by Ron Gilad.
The ensuite bathroom is ultra-glam thanks to a tall mirrored cabinet, which reflects the light and acts as a room divider concealing a shower recess and toilet. The Art Deco-style shelving adds colour and another decadent dose of glamour.
Using white gives the grand Victorian bedroom a modern, minimalist feel, while bold blue artwork and bright blue shelves inject the room with colour. The steel sleigh bed was designed and manufactured by artist Susanne Ruggles.
A dream bedroom for a little girl. This pink fantasy bedroom with a pretty net canopy, white steel day bed and gold bird cage was inspired by the Timorous Beasties wallpaper. The cushions are from John Lewis and customised with ribbon from VV Rouleaux.
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