Stunning U.K. Rowhouse
Using pastel walls and lively accents, designer Sarah Richardson and her associates, Kate Stuart and Thomas Smythe, turned a dreary U.K. rowhouse into a pretty pied-à-terre.
"This whole place is about colour," Sarah says, "only it's not too intense, because the inside doesn't receive a lot of light, and we wanted to make sure that when it was overcast, the space still glowed." The team reimagined the kitchen as a classically inspired space with beautiful millwork and dentil mouldings. A refurbished skylight floods the room with natural light. Instead of eating in the formal dining room (now used as a family room), the family takes their meals at the kitchen's antique French wine-tasting table.
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