Warm colours, brass details, some fabulous textiles and Scandinavian furniture finish a huge family house overlooking one of the ponds on Hampstead Heath.
Architecture: Stiff + Trevillion
Photographer: Killian O’Sullivan
Photographer: Brett Charles Photography
A house for a family who love giving parties. The ground floor of this Victorian terraced house has been opened out to give a large living area at the back of the house overlooking the garden while the kitchen is re-sited to pole position in the middle of the house. Warm oiled oak, red terracotta, lots of colour and pattern and hand-made tiles bring the house to life.
Architecture: Haverstock Associates and Lee Bennett with John Moore
Photography: Brett Charles Photography
Work in progress
Situated on one of Camden’s loveliest streets this terraced house had had its soul stripped out by its previous owners. We have breathed life back with colour and pattern, refitted bathrooms and rearranged the layout to suit a large and busy family of six.
My second time at this beautiful house; I initially designed the interiors when it underwent a huge gutting and refurbishment and then returned several years later to update it for new owners. Second time around we installed new storage including a simple walnut dressing table and large built-in wardrobes in the master bedroom and a custom-made credenza in the dining room. We orchestrated the careful blending of some of the new owners’ existing furniture with classic and timeless new pieces and introduced lots of great prints and textures.
Photography: The Interior Photographer
Architecture: John Moore
Work in progress
In collaboration with cabinet maker and designer Nathalie de Leval I am working on a new hand-built kitchen and large bathroom for this family house in Crouch End. Marble, walnut, aged brass and some very beautiful detailing.