Restoration of Grade I Listed House in Central LondonTraditional Living Room, London

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The radiator seen in the previous picture has been removed and the floor-to-ceiling window restored to its former glory. The Ionic columns contrast nicely with the soft grey walls. ‘The columns are made from a specialist plaster called scagliola, which is very hard and can be made in any colour to replicate any stone,’ says Maiorino. ‘The only way you can tell it’s not marble is that it doesn’t feel cold. Its advantages are that it’s lighter than marble – we would have had to reinforce the floors if we’d used the real thing – and it’s cheaper.’

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