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11. Sunny side up
Bright yellow paint works as a perfect foil to white industrial tiles and gold accessories in this London bathroom.
12. Under stairs storage
In one of Kensingtons original genteel residences, designer Cindy Leveson has risen to the challenge of opening out and updating a nineteenth century house to create elegantly functional twenty first century living spaces for the owners and their young family. This staircase leading down to the basement extension, was designed by Holloways of Ludlow and utilises every inch of space, with shelving alcoves cut in to the wall and custom made painted tulipwood units.
13. Modern storage in a dining area
This small house in Knightsbridge belonging to cartoonist and interior designer Sally Ann Lasson was completely reconfigured to create a comfortable home with a sense of spaciousness. The smaller the place, the more the storage, the more hooks, the more shelves you need, she says. Tulip chairs add a modern note to the dining room. The high shelf tucked in the corner provides welcome storage, the vase on top drawing the eye to the ceiling.
14. Straight and narrow
The proportions of these houses are not particularly good, they are a little too tall and a little too narrow says interior designer Cindy Leveson of the hallway of this nineteenth century house designed in collaboration with Holloways of Ludlow. The rooms have been opened up and the hall wall removed and replaced by almost invisible sliding doors, which disappear into deep reveals. The elegant, painted corner cupboard opens to reveal a practical space for coat and boot storage simple but brilliant.
15. Larder lust
Make the most of the space under the stairs by turning it in to a walk in larder like this designed by Plain English. Luxurious touches like a honed Carrara marble worktop, a wine rack and linen lined baskets for holding fruit and bread make it a joy to use.
16. Order order
Utilise that strange little space in your house by turning it in to a smart utility room like this in west London by Clare Stevenson and Claire Sa from architectural practice De Rosee Sa.Find a similar traditional Sheila Maid clothes dryer at Garden Trading. Raised and lowered from the ceiling with a jute rope, it is perfectly suited to small rooms with a lack of floor space.
17. New heights
Interior designer Beata Heuman has worked hard to achieve visual unity throughout her small London flat by replacing mismatched flooring with engineered boards, and picking fabrics in large scale prints but soft toning shades. Less is more when it comes to colour, she adds. Farrow & Balls Pavillion Gray on the walls gives a sophisticated evening mood.Above the doorframe she has used mirrors to reflect the light, and create an illusion of space and increased ceiling height.
18. Up the wall
Storage space is often the biggest hindrance when trying to make small spaces work. A problem which Clare Stevenson and Claire Sa, from architectural practice De Rosee Sa, have tackled with neat aplomb in the Victorian terrace house in west London. This storage wall, with masses of drawers and space for the television, is smart, cozy and useful.
19. Hidden depths
A small workspace with space saving pocket doors is concealed in a kitchen cupboard in this Victorian terrace house in west London by Clare Stevenson and Claire Sa, from architectural practice De Rosee Sa.
20. Make space
If you dont have much floor space, utilise your walls. Space has been maximised in this tiny bathroom with built in shelves.
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