Brixton Townhouse IIContemporary Living Room, London
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The team also blocked up the doorway to the hall to make better use of the space. The large opening they created between this area and the middle room meant there was no need for another door to the hallway.The clean white finish and well-chosen furniture and lighting have given the space a fresh, modern feel. Find out how natural finishes added warmth to this calm, minimal home.
In the front living room, Celine focused on reinstating period details. “We restored the cornicing and kept the original flooring,” she says. “We sanded the boards down and applied a soap treatment to make the yellow pine look lighter.” The team also decided to block up the doorway that led into the hallway, so they could make more use of the space. “With the large opening from the middle room, there was no need to have an extra doorway from the hall,” Celine says. Walls painted in Flint, Little Greene.