FAMILY HOME, LONDON N16
Traditional encaustic tiled steps lead up to a bold choice of door colour, setting the scene for the extraordinary interiors within...
The aquarium was built in-situ and clad in brushed aluminium and panels matched to the kitchen units
The bespoke kitchen was designed to fit floor to ceiling, across the whole width of the newly-opened space
Two rooms into one. A complete open plan space was created with extra height excavated in this now light and airy basement
This multi purpose area has an open view of the kitchen and the garden, but transforms into a private cinema room when the remote controlled blackout curtain is drawn, and the projector screen emerges from the ceiling.
A walled garden with an invitation to party! Plenty of seating, mix and match tiles, and sparkle walls create a bright and easy-going outdoor room
Botanical jellyfish wallpaper, and panels of black and white gloss brick bond tiles create zones in this reclaimed room
Stubbs' portrait of Whistlejacket, reproduced on the roller blind, sparked this elegant scheme in the Guest Bedroom
The skylight in the converted loft bedroom perfectly frames the view of the nearby church, when viewed from the bed
Hidden desk space in the eaves, disguised as one of the drawer fronts, and enhanced with a shock of bright colour within.
This room, once an unused loft, has been transformed into a quirky Master Bedroom, with every inch of space carefully considered
The delightfully quirky wallpaper reflects the owners' love of monkeys and bold colour. The wallpaper continues seamlessly over the pocket door that leads to the en-suite shower room
The disguised pocket door slides easily to reveal the shower room, with floor tiles colour matched to continue the grey/orange scheme
The ensuite shower room has practical bespoke storage built in to create a sleek storage solution, topped with colour-matched toughened glass