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Staircase/bookcase love

Kim and I flit all over the web looking for inspiration. Sometimes we land on a site that the other has already visited. What a bummer! Already posted. Ssssshhhh don't tell anyone but sometimes, very rarely, we post something the other has already featured. Oooops! I loved Isabelle Juy's portfolio when I found L'Atelier d'Archi except Kim had beat me to it (here). Then I saw the staircase. Love at first sight and not in the original post. Hello lover! You're going up on the blog. Inspiration for the stairs in my now not quite so new old house. Mine is nowhere near as grand as this but oh how I lust after the Deborah Bowness wallpaper. The drama, the whimsy, the fun.


The landing library

A new kitchen and a staircase to the next floor. A simple design request with a fabulous outcome. Melbourne based Venn Architects believe space is what you make it. Their clever use of the transition up the staircase as a library is elegant and functional with a wonderful sense of space and light. No longer a kitchen diner. Perhaps a kitchen library?


The colour family

Colour is centre stage in this Little Venice, London apartment renovation by Andy Martin Architects. A fab, fun family home in a grade I listed mansion terrace, the architects have used blocks of colour and texture like an intervention delineating the new from  the beautiful, historic shell.

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For rent

3 bed, 2 bath, open plan living and a small private garden in an award winning small group of four new-build properties designed by the architect David Mikhail in Church Walk, London N16. Oooooh! Unfurnished. £2,817 pcm. Ouch! Find out more here.


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