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A video tour of Alidad's London flat

Design Notes: Alidad's London Flat




















Design Notes: Alidad's London Flat












Design notes: Gabby Deeming's Bloomsbury flat




















Design notes: Gabby Deeming's Bloomsbury flat












Design Notes: Matilda Goad in her Notting Hill flat




















Design Notes: Matilda Goad in her Notting Hill flat












Design Notes: a video tour of our October issue cover house




















Design Notes: a video tour of our October issue cover house












Design Notes: a tiny London flat by Beata Heuman




















Design Notes: a tiny London flat by Beata Heuman












Design Notes: an achingly cool London house by rising star Rachel Chudley




















Design Notes: an achingly cool London house by rising star Rachel Chudley
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A London flat by Ebba Thott of Sigmar

Paul Massey















Interior designer Ebba Thott tentatively describes herself as 'a Londoner', 'I hope that's OK?The flat is owned by a fellow 'Londoner', an American with a dynamic career and a fine collection of contemporary art, and Ebba's brief was to help her transform a bare, bland space into something infinitely more individual.
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Penny Morrison redesigns a Chelsea mansion flat.

James Merrell















As well as being unflappable and confident in her professional judgment – pretty essential attributes in an interior decorator – Penny Morrison is blessed with excellent natural taste.It is unsurprising, therefore, that the owners of this rambling Edwardian mansion flat in SW3 asked her to redesign it and bring it into the twenty-first century.
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Lady Amelia Windsor's London flat

Lily Bertrand Webb















Despite being 39th in line to the British throne Lady Amelia Windsor's life, at the flat she shares with her sister in Notting Hill, isn't terribly different from any other 24-year-old's.The flat itself is small and cosy and has light streaming in in the morning from our little terrace.
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The Notting Hill flat of Farm Girl founders Rose Mann and Anthony Hood

Owen Gale















When Rose Mann and Anthony Hood, the founders of cult Notting Hill restaurant Farm Girl, first encountered this two bedroom split-level flat in Notting Hill, it was the architectural work of Alex Michaelis - his last project before starting his firm Michaelis Boyd - that set the place apart.In the adjacent living area a fireplace has been created from three limestone slabs found on a farm.