House by Regent's Park - Project by Vicki Wells/Wells & TrembathTraditional Home Office, London
Photographs by Adam Butler
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Throughout the house, Wells used new wood for the flooring and then had it treated in situ to look aged. The ground floor contains his and hers studies. This is the largest of the two studies (hers) and it features bespoke panelling and shelving. ‘The panelling was an extremely complex design with an inset mirror,’ says Wells. ‘It’s made from sapele wood, which is similar to mahogany and was sourced in Africa, but with protected and monitored felling.’ All the lampshades were handmade to suit the scheme.The house’s listed building status meant the original cornicing had to remain visible, so Wells had the study shelving built just below it.Armchairs, de Gournay. Lampshades, made bespoke by Caroline B Designs.