A Victorian end-of-terrace house in Crouch End, North London, comprising of a living room, kitchen-diner, 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms spread over 3 storeys with a loft room.
The open-plan kitchen-diner originally consisted of a small kitchen, bedroom and bathroom, which the owner knocked together to make one big space.
Aged, vintage pieces soften the crisp white lines of the period fireplace and painted floorboards.
The shutters are Danish; The French House sells similar.
The owner made the long table from trestles bought at Retrouvius and some old scaffolding boards. The birdcage is from Spitalfields Market.
The angular, hammam-style bathroom was designed by the owner and created using a tadelek, a traditional Moroccan plastering technique. Builders created the basic design in blocks before craftsmen covered it in waterproof plaster. All the bathroom fittings are from Aston Matthews.