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Thursday
Mar262015

A patisserie in London

Here is a prime example of how pattern can have a HUGE impact on a space. BOOM! Pattern expert ELEY KISHIMOTO has unveiled its interior design for the new Southerden Patisserie and Café in central London, in collaboration with long-term creative partner, UK-based design practice Studio MacLean. The newly opened store is situated at 72 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD. The new Bermondsey Street store was complete at the end of January 2015, in time for its official opening in February 2015. The transformation from run-down hairdressers into a beautifully crafted patisserie store was truly remarkable; EK’s eye-popping graphics (from floor to ceiling in its Venice pattern), coupled with Studio MacLean’s technical lighting solution, have aligned with the beautiful heritage of Bermondsey Street, opposite the Fashion Textile Museum. (Photos: Chris Tubbs)

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Tuesday
Mar242015

More by Mark Lewis

I could not stop at just kitchens. Here are some more wonderful spaces by Mark Lewis Interior Design

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Tuesday
Mar242015

Kitchens by Mark Lewis

North London's Mark Lewis Interior Design creates some of the most beautiful Euro-style rustic kitchens I have ever seen. Forget sleek and modern when you can have reclaimed wood, carrera marble, big old farmhouse sinks and funky faucets made of copper pipe. I adore each and every one of these. (And Jo featured another one a while ago)

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Friday
Mar202015

Mews house stalking

An extraordinary mews house, over 4 levels, beautifully refurbished by Fossey Arora. As for the location how about St Luke's Mews in Notting Hill? I'm real estate stalking in London via Domus Nova. A girl can dream right? I want to start at the top where my favourite bits are but, no, we'll do it the right way and start from the front door ...

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Wednesday
Mar182015

Chris Dyson taking you back

Of course, I had to start this post off with a cat on a bed photo as I have cats on my brain these days (my 2 little ferals are breaking my heart they are so sad/scared). British architect Chris Dyson was featured here a few years ago, and continues to inspire with traditional spaces restored and modern spaces where updates are a must. But it is the traditional spaces that makes my heart skip a beat. In London how could you not want to keep this history alive when it is so absolutely gorgeous?

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