Wandsworth HouseContemporary Bedroom, London
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Knock throughConsidering knocking two bedrooms into one – perhaps combining your main bedroom with the boxroom next door? Don’t just put a modest doorway between the two spaces: go for something much more ambitious. This mirrored partition does several jobs: it provides privacy, creates definition in an open-plan space, reflects light and is a great focal point. Alternatives? Replace the mirror with a convincing electric fire inset in a half-wall or amid display shelving.
Add interest to a full-length mirrorFull-length mirrors can often look rather functional. Practicality should never be knocked, of course, but when beauty is added, it surely reaches perfection… Enter foxed mirror! This surface has all the benefits of a regular mirror, but is also decorative in its own right. Choose your antique finish carefully: here, the tones of the mottling perfectly complement the neutral hues in the décor.
The first floor used to contain the master bedroom, a guest bedroom and two bathrooms, but having created a guest room in the basement, O’Grady decided to create a master bedroom suite here. All the walls came down to create a flowing space. The sleeping area leads onto a little sitting room on one side. Circular chair, The Sofa & Chair Company. Lamps, Porta Romana. Wall lights, Heathfield Lighting.