SOHO  This project is the perfect example of how a house becomes a home.  When the owner bought this 7,000 sq ft house in Soho it had been converted into offices.The character had been completely stripped out.  The task was simple, to return it to its former Georgian glory and make it a unique home.  Authenticity was key. A carefully selected colour pallet gave the rooms unique character whilst retaining a family feel. All the fixtures, fittings and furniture were individually sourced. Scouring auction houses and the Portobello Road become as normal a daily routine as brushing my teeth.  The project was divided into 3 phases, building/restoration, decoration and styling.   The initial work took just over a year as an additional floor was added.  I’m pleased to say the house is now a beautiful unique Georgian home.  It is a living piece of art, but unlike a painting it continues to evolve.  6 years on I’m still finding pieces that add to its charm and to be honest I’m sure I still will be for the next 6 years at least.
       
     
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 SOHO  This project is the perfect example of how a house becomes a home.  When the owner bought this 7,000 sq ft house in Soho it had been converted into offices.The character had been completely stripped out.  The task was simple, to return it to its former Georgian glory and make it a unique home.  Authenticity was key. A carefully selected colour pallet gave the rooms unique character whilst retaining a family feel. All the fixtures, fittings and furniture were individually sourced. Scouring auction houses and the Portobello Road become as normal a daily routine as brushing my teeth.  The project was divided into 3 phases, building/restoration, decoration and styling.   The initial work took just over a year as an additional floor was added.  I’m pleased to say the house is now a beautiful unique Georgian home.  It is a living piece of art, but unlike a painting it continues to evolve.  6 years on I’m still finding pieces that add to its charm and to be honest I’m sure I still will be for the next 6 years at least.
       
     

SOHO

This project is the perfect example of how a house becomes a home.

When the owner bought this 7,000 sq ft house in Soho it had been converted into offices.The character had been completely stripped out.

The task was simple, to return it to its former Georgian glory and make it a unique home.

Authenticity was key. A carefully selected colour pallet gave the rooms unique character whilst retaining a family feel. All the fixtures, fittings and furniture were individually sourced. Scouring auction houses and the Portobello Road become as normal a daily routine as brushing my teeth.

The project was divided into 3 phases, building/restoration, decoration and styling. 

The initial work took just over a year as an additional floor was added.

I’m pleased to say the house is now a beautiful unique Georgian home.

It is a living piece of art, but unlike a painting it continues to evolve.

6 years on I’m still finding pieces that add to its charm and to be honest I’m sure I still will be for the next 6 years at least.

_DSC7418 F.jpg
       
     
_DSC7388 F.jpg
       
     
Dean st 1st floor.jpg
       
     
_DSC7152 F.jpg
       
     
_DSC7395 F.jpg
       
     
_DSC7561 F.jpg
       
     
_DSC7399 F.jpg
       
     
Dean St Kitchen.jpg
       
     
Dean St Hall.jpg
       
     
_DSC7520 F.jpg
       
     
Dean st tapestry.jpg