Designers Kate Thornley-Hall and Natalie Herbert share how they transformed food photographer and filmmaker Edward Pond’s cavernous studio into a warm and welcoming home.
To give the open-concept space a more residential look, Kate and Natalie added walls to create zones. In the kitchen, they replaced some of the existing cabinets with a vintage storage cabinet, brought in an island and changed the backsplash. The dining area boasts a vintage dining table topped with three light fixtures that emphasize the 14-foot ceilings. A sectional provides ample seating in the living room, while a magenta chair plays off the navy walls and rug. To hide the dated industrial radiator, the designers created a custom counter with shelving to fit the modern aesthetic of the space.
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May 31, 2017
Kate Thornley-Hall and Natalie Herbert
Light, Moooi Random Light, DWR; cabinetry and countertops, Ikea; tile, Mettro
; existing concrete, refinished by Kate Thornley-Hall; Casablanca wool flatweave rug, available through Kate Thornley-Hall
and Y & Co
Antique armoire, Land and Ross
; armoire paint color, Black Blue (95)
, Farrow & Ball; kitchen island, Space Solutions
Dining table and chairs, Vintage Guff; lights, George Nelson Bubble Lights, DWR; built-ins below windows, Heidi Earnshaw Design
; pillow and rug, Kate Thornley-Hall.
Sofa, lamp, Peaks and Rafters
; rug, Kate Thornley-Hall; pillows, Kate Thornley-Hall Full Bloom Pillows designed by Susan Gouinlock; TV unit and built-in below windows, Heidi Earnshaw Design
; theater curtain, Wesley Seto; curtain fabric, Maxwell Fabrics
Bed, Heidi Earnshaw Design
; paisley rug, Kate Thornley-Hall; lights, George Nelson Bubble Lights, DWR; bedding, Peaks and Rafters
Walls, Cement Gray (2112-60)
; trim, Designer’s White; windows, Black Ink (2127-20)
; living room accent wall, Stained Glass (CSP-685)
; bedroom accent wall, Gray (2121-10)
, Benjamin Moore.
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