Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Inspired by Georgian terraced house in west London


Living room

The neutral walls and pale sofa provide a tranquil feel, while the leather chairs and dark wood flooring warm up the look. 



The kitchen is warm and welcoming, with mellow-coloured cherry-wood shelving and cupboards. It also has quirky nooks and crannies for appliances, books and utensils. The centrepiece of this open-plan basement is an enormous kitchen/dining table made from a solid piece of elm. 


Waiting room

The magnetic wall chart was created with Crayola Magnetic Paint, then covered with a coat of Farrow & Ball emulsion in House White. The large globe adds an antique touch to the room. 


Dressing room

The owners wanted their bedroom/dressing room to ooze grown-up glamour. The deep shag-pile rug gives this room a luxurious feel. The double doors are from a salvage shop. 



The owners designed the bathroom, mixing a touch of oriental luxury with a hint of old-fashioned gentlemen's club style - a combination of rich, dark-walnut fittings and pale limestone walls. Generously sized tiles make the space seem bigger. And the design makes the most of the compact space, with a toilet that doubles up as a bench when you put the lid down. 


Double basin

The limestone sink unit includes 2 'his 'n' hers' sinks. A steam generator turns the shower into an instant steam room. 



The soft-leather-covered bedstead and the hand-painted silk wall covering all combine to create a sumptuous boudoir feel. 

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