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Interior Design Ideas

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71. What lies beneath
By using Farrow & Balls All White paint and incorporating storage under the hallway stairs, this family home measuring a snug 90 square metres and designed by Eve Mercier doesnt sacrifice space or style.
72. Think like a submariner
Not an inch of space is unused, says designer Jonathan Tuckey of the mews house he redesigned in Londons Notting Hill for a former submariner, someone used to confined spaces. Case in point? The modern living room is screened with Douglas fir panelling, hiding a compact study behind it.
73. Champagne in the bathroom
This 90 square metre former artists studio in Chelsea is transformed into a light filled pied ? terre for a family of five, through clever reconfiguration of the interior with help from designer Eve Mercier. The small bathroom features a champagne bucket sink and red ikat wallpaper by Ornamenta.
74. Small office
This small office lies behind a screen of Douglas fir panelling in a living room of a mews house in Notting Hill see it here, designed by Jonathan Tuckey.
75. Studio hallway
Interior designer Eve Mercier turned a former artists studio measuring a mere 90 square metres into a home for a family of five, without sacrificing style. As shown by this chic hallway where a 1960s Sciolari chrome and glass chandelier makes a discreet statement and clutter is kept hidden behind streamlined storage solutions.
76. Bijoux bathroom
Scandinavian flats have notoriously small bathrooms, so no wonder Ikea has cracked the code for offering style on a small scale. Here, the floor to ceiling shelves not to mention the towel storage built into the sink cleverly gives small bathroom owners room to decorate.
77. Clever kids room
Have a small kids room? This bedroom in the North London home of Lucie Allison see more amazing images here turns a shared small room into a magical space with a few clever touches. Cubby bunk beds with curtains, a vintage toy crib to store books and clothes hung stylishly on the walls makes for a small, yet dreamily designed space.
78. Get shelf ish
This living room isnt necessarily small, but theres some big design ideas to steal from it especially the shelf wall. If your place is particularly tiny, hang only the high shelves leaving space for a sofa or table underneath. The wheel trolley coffee table? Also an idea worth stealing.
79. Colourful kitchen shelves
While white kitchens certainly open up a space, it doesnt mean you have to avoid colour entirely if you have a small kitchen. Clever storage is the perfect platform for a pop of colour just make sure the surfaces are flat to keep the look smooth.
80. Mini monochrome
This charming one bedroom flat in the picturesque village of Thorpeness, Suffolk makes the most of a small space by sticking to a mismatched monochrome scheme and clever architectural details.


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