The DairyCountry Living Room, London
Images by Rachael Smith www.rachaelsmith.net
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Get away from it allSometimes it’s nice to retreat to a quiet spot without completely shutting oneself away. The beautiful mezzanine living space in this converted dairy allows just that. It overlooks the open-plan living and kitchen space, but its height offers some privacy. The glazed sides keep the space looking light and unobtrusive and, of course, make it safe, too.
Make for the mezzanineIn this converted 19th century dairy, there’s a large, open-plan living space on the ground floor, but a more intimate living area has been created on a mezzanine overlooking it, perfect for a nap or a quiet read.Discover a selection of marvellous mezzanines
The elegant but understated soft furnishing are made from natural materials wherever possible. The sofa, in charcoal grey brushed cotton, is from OneDeko, while the walls, units and dining table are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath. This pale hue allows the furniture to recede into the background, as Lindsey was keen that the accessories didn’t distract from the building itself.