An end-of-terrace Victorian house in north London. The lower-ground floor has an open-plan kitchen-diner, a spare bedroom and a shower room. The upper-ground floor has a living room and a sitting room with office nook. There’s a master bedroom suite and shower room above, and a dressing room on the top floor.
The house is quite narrow and, in the kitchen, a supporting column restricts the space further. So the owners made a feature of it with a wraparound unit. The tiles are inspired by the metros in Paris and New York.
The bathroom has a feminine feel with feather boas and a sheepskin rug. The roll-top bath screams vintage, while the rustic wooden flooring gives the room some character and rawness.