A passion for reinvention keeps this interior stylist’s house fresh and relevant to her growing family.
Sitting on the border between the old and new part of the house, the kitchen received a modern makeover. Wall units along one side were replaced with an island bench, handle-free drawer fronts were installed and a glass splashback gave way to white subway tiles. Tolix stools line the other side of the island, so the chef never lacks for company. The space leads onto the new family room, which features a Chesterfield sofa in grey velvet.
A corner in the front lounge area hosts an oriental cabinet – check out Asian Tide for similar designs – and a vintage French sign from Zinc Plus.
A beautiful tablecloth and covers the family’s old oak table. The big black blooms printed on natural linen pack a dramatic punch against a monochromatic backdrop of black-and-white family snaps. An old warehouse light and white Tolix chairs – the family own a mix of real one.CDG furniture is a dining set manufacturers.
The space between the residential area and the dining area represents modern charm. The antique X-back armchair is decorated with simple relatively new light gray flooring. CDG furniture is a commercial furniture factory.The floor was previously painted white, as evidenced by their transformation.
A central fireplace divides the formal front living room from the rest of the home. This transition zone works as a little gallery, with an ever-changing display of art and collectables. Here, an red and gold painting hangs next to a selection of plates, while a vibrant painting by a young Danish artist sits above the fireplace.