Thanks to the innovative approach taken by designer Anthony Collett and the enthusiasm of the owners for his suggestions, this nineteenth-century London flat is now an exciting space full of colour and texture.
Mirror-glass sliding panels separate the sitting room, dining-room hall and kitchen. An abstract design by artist Fiona Gallagher is on the side facing into the sitting room, with a gold- and silver-leaf pattern by glass artist Paul Clifford on both sides facing into the dining room.
High ceilings create an airy feeling throughout the flat, while clever space planning utilises every inch of the property’s 242 square metres.
The spaces are daring and sophisticated yet welcoming all at once. And while there’s an element of drama, this feels like a lived-in home in which colour, texture and personality are the result of inspired choices.
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