St Pauls Mews is a desirable property, consisting of terrace buildings constructed by renowned architects CZWG in the 1980s. This renovation updates that classically inspired aesthetic, a combined effort of the owner and Tony Michael architects.
Grey flooring and recessed lighting create a light and modern backdrop for elegant social spaces. The open-plan entertaining space makes great use of a rough brick wall, reclaimed wood furniture, and a neat grouping of Tom Dixon lights hanging above the dining table. A few distressed pastel pieces add pops of color in unexpected places.
The office is incredible: a vintage steel tanker desk steals the spotlight, polished to perfection. Plank walls help to round out the neat industrial aesthetic.
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